The MIABC’s Annual Risk Management Conference is held each spring and is open to all staff of all BC local governments. The conference provides an overview of the basic tenets of risk management, as well as presentations and workshops on more advanced topics. Best of all, it provides an excellent networking opportunity for attendees to make connections and socialize with their counterparts from other regions.
This year’s conference will focus on how local governments have been able to adapt to the complexities of a global pandemic while simultaneously responding to flood and wildfire events in their communities. The conference will reflect on how 2020 has made local governments more resilient as a result of redefining how they manage risk.
While the 2021 conference will be virtual, it will keep with the MIABC’s tradition of providing you with the same innovative, high-quality and engaging programming that you have become familiar with by attending past in-person conferences. You will still have the opportunity to connect one-on-one with your peers, listen to inspiring plenary sessions and participate in fun, interactive sessions – all from the comfort of your own home or office!
To plan your conference experience, download the program here.
MIABC Members: $100
Non-MIABC Members: $200
Registration is open until March 26th, 2021. Click here to register.
Attendees must register and provide their address by March 8th to receive an attendee gift.
If you do not work for a BC local government and would like to attend the conference, please contact the MIABC at firstname.lastname@example.org.