The Driving Risk-Based Regulation digital conference will bring together regulatory professionals, experts, and best practice case studies from a wide range of jurisdictions across Australia and New Zealand, who are looking to discuss the challenges and opportunities of risk-based regulation.
Why attend this event?• Benchmark against other regulators and learn from the steps they have taken to be a modern risk-based regulator
• Hear a range of case studies on how regulators have effectively leveraged data to identify risks and compliance
• Learn how to use your resources effectively by identifying the high-risk operators through data sharing and collaboration
• Examine the importance of relationship building and collaboration with industry while avoiding regulatory capture
• Excellent connectivity and a tailored online experience facilitated by our premier conference platform and experienced IT, AV and delivery teams
Who will attend?Senior Representatives from state & federal regulators, regulatory agencies and local government regulators, government departments & associations responsible for:
• Regulatory practice & operations
• Data Analytics
• Behavioral Insights/Analysts
Benefits of attending
- Hear practical insights from regulators on their approaches to risk-based regulation
- Uncover the role of data to identify risks and to inform regulatory decision-making
- Learn how to mature your existing risk-based approaches to regulation
- Uncover the fundamentals of successful risk-based regulation
- INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE: How the Civil Aviation Authority New Zealand is advancing its intelligence-led & risk-based approach to regulation
- Panel Discussion: What does it mean to be a “ Risk- Based Regulator”?
- Joint presentation: Exploring the first data sharing cross-jurisdictional platform “Connect for Safety Project”
- How the Clean Energy Regulator is leveraging data to identify non-compliance
- INTERNATIONAL KEYNOTE: Exploring the Right Touch Regulation model developed by the Professional Standards Authority UK
- Strengthening collaboration between policy makers & regulators for better outcomes
- Exploring SIRA’s journey to being a customer-centric, intelligence-led, risk-based regulator
- What if you had to defend your risk-based approach? An insurers’ perspective
Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care, UK
Alan Clamp is the Chief Executive of the Professional Standards Authority (PSA) for Health and Social Care. The PSA promotes the health, safety and wellbeing of patients by raising standards of regulation and voluntary registration of people working in health and care.
Alan was previously the Chief Executive of two other UK regulators: the Security Industry Authority and the Human Tissue Authority.
In addition to his role at the PSA, Alan is a member of the Management Committee at the Parole Board, a member of the Independent Decision-Making Body at the Bar Standards Board and a Trustee of the Institute of Regulation.
Information & Privacy Commission NSW
Elizabeth Tydd is the NSW Information Commissioner, Open Data Advocate and CEO of the Information and Privacy Commission. As a statutory appointee and executive leader Elizabeth has implemented regulatory reform across legal, public, NFP and commercial sectors. Elizabeth has a deep understanding of integrity and governance particularly in digital government from a statutory, board and executive perspective.
Ms Tydd is the NSW Information Commissioner, CEO of the Information and Privacy Commission and Open Data Advocate. She has extensive regulatory and governance experience at an executive and Board level, in a range of jurisdictions and industries including commercial, not for profit and public sector oversight. Ms Tydd holds a Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws from the University of Technology Sydney, as well as post graduate certificates in executive management and governance. She has occupied a number of significant statutory roles, including Deputy President of the NSW Workers Compensation Commission and Deputy Chairperson of the former Consumer Trader and Tenancy Tribunal.
Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) New Zealand
Prior to joining CAA in February 2021, Keith was the CE and Director of Maritime NZ for 9 years and the CE and Registrar of the Real Estate Agents Authority for 1 year.
Originally in New Zealand Police, across a 45 year career he has also worked at senior levels in the Commerce Commission, Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Department of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Social Development, across multiple regulatory jurisdictions with policy and operational responsibilities.
Since 2008 Keith has played a leading role in developing professional regulatory practice in New Zealand.
Red Tape Commissioner
Anna Cronin is Victoria’s first Commissioner for Better Regulation (appointed in 2015) and also Red Tape Commissioner (appointed in 2018).
Anna started her career as an economist in the Federal Government and has also held senior executive positions in the Victorian and Western Australian Governments.
She has considerable experience in regulatory issues across many policy areas, including in agricultural and mining regulatory and approvals frameworks. Anna was CEO at the National Farmers’ Federation for 5 years and was responsible for the management and co-ordination of the regulatory approvals for some of the world’s biggest iron ore and oil and gas projects when she was a senior bureaucrat in the Western Australian Government. In 2019, Anna led the Victorian Government’s review into planning and building approvals and is now chairing the Expert Panel advising the Victorian Government on the current review of the building system, including legislation and regulators.
Anna was awarded the Centenary of Federation Medal for services to rural leadership. She currently sits on the Advisory Board of the Melbourne School of Government at the University of Melbourne.
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What People Are Saying
“Magnificent sessions really helped lift my eyes to how much effort and experience exists across regulators nationally and how I can engage with best practice. Very relevant to our work and promotes engagement with best practice.”Department of Agriculture, February 2022
“Excellently organized conference with engaging speakers and topics.”Department of Health, February 2021
“Really easy to navigate online and fantastic tech support. Great range of speakers and also loved that we knew the presentations would be provided after so we can rewatch or catch up on any missed due to other work commitments.”Department of Environment Land Water and Planning VIC, February 2022
“I found the Driving Risk-Based Regulation conference provided relevant and thought provoking information along with ideas to further research.”Liquor & Gaming NSW, February 2021
The Institute of Regulation was launched in 2022 to strengthen UK regulatory skills and knowledge and to share good practice. The Institute formed in response to a growing recognition that good regulation is vital to the effective functioning of business and public services. We have three strategic goals:
- To build a connected community of UK regulators, with links to regulators abroad, through events, seminars, special interest groups and jobs forums.
- To professionalise regulation, including through courses, training and sharing good practice.
- To influence and improve the future of UK regulation by drawing on best global practice.
We will achieve these objectives with the involvement of our members. We also have links with UK universities and regulators in Australia, New Zealand, Canada and the US. The government’s Regulatory Horizon’s Council welcomed our creation in Closing the Gap as did the think tank Policy Exchange in Re-engineering-Regulation.
Our website www.ioregulation.org is a source of information on regulatory issues, including news, publications, networking events, podcasts, training and Special Interest Groups. We will shortly launch a jobs forum where members can advertise posts free to Institute members, and our first annual conference will be on 23 February 2023.