I am delighted to invite you to the second panel discussion of our COVID-19 Community of Practice (CoP), taking place on March 11th, from 12:00 to 13:00 Eastern time.
March 11th carries some deep significance, as it marks the 10th year memorial of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in 2011, and one year since the WHO declared COVID-19 a global pandemic.
As you know, our CoP aims to serve as a space where we can exchange information, experiences and perspectives on the pandemic. Our upcoming discussion will center around the question:
How will COVID-19 shape the future of work?
Specifically, we will explore how COVID-19 will impact the nature of work, relationships within the workforce, and the workplace.
Our speakers for this event are two specialists who were involved in the earthquake response in Japan and have valuable perspectives on the pandemic and its impact on us. These speakers are Jason Jarret, Hatch’s very own Resilience Specialist, and Dr. Henry Tsang, an architect specializing in healthcare facilities. You will find below Jason and Henry’s bios.
Jason Jarrett is an experienced, recognized strategic leader with over 25 years of experience in disaster management, response planning and resilience development. He recently joined Hatch as a resilience specialist, bringing with him extensive experience working for and with the range of people and organizations involved in preparing for, responding to and recovering from catastrophic risk. Prior to joining Hatch, Jason ran his own successful consultancy firm providing services for a wide range of public and private organizations including the British Rail: Safety Committee, BP, Rio Tinto, UK Foreign Office, UK Dept Environment Food and Rural Affairs, Northern Ireland Civil Service, Crown Prosecution Service, Aviva Group, AXA and IBM. He namely led the response for Rio Tinto to the Ebola crisis in Guinea and their response to the Tohoku earthquake in Japan.
Dr. Henry Tsang is a registered architect and assistant professor in the RAIC Centre for Architecture at Athabasca University. He completed his Ph.D. in healthcare facilities planning at the University of Tokyo, and is a former hospital architect for the Japanese megafirm Nihon Sekkei. He acted as a design consultant to the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) on projects including the Indonesia University Teaching Hospital (Jakarta, Indonesia), San Felipe Hospital (Tegucigalpa, Honduras) and the General Hospital of Boaco (Boaco, Nicaragua). Following the 2011 earthquake & tsunami in Japan, he has been working on projects in disaster prevention, mitigation and reconstruction. He is a former board director of Emergency Architects Canada.
Please feel free to extend this invitation to your network. I look forward to seeing you all there!
Spécialiste en environnement et milieu social /
Environmental and Social Specialist
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