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COVID-19 Contingency Planning to Ensure Business Continuity

ICCM Seminars Facilitated by PlotBox


The bereavement services profession has already been rocked by the effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic, and yet for many areas, the worst is still to come.

Developing and executing contingency plans while maintaining business continuity and safeguarding staff and the general public, is arguably one of the biggest challenges that death care providers may ever face.

On Thursday 16th April 2020 at 3:00pm BST, join us for a live panel discussion, where a select group of local authority bereavement service managers, private organisations and association professionals will share their knowledge about how best to tackle this ongoing crisis.


This is a meaningful opportunity to connect with members of the bereavement services community, share experiences, learn from others and support one another as we navigate these uncertain times.


What our guests will cover:

Planning - An account of the contingency plans they’ve developed

Restraints - Legal, physical, people/HR

What's Next - What they're planning for the next stage of the pandemic

Ask The Panel - Put your own questions and concerns to the panel in this live Q&A session

Keeping The Sharing & Learning Going - Connect with bereavement services colleagues from across the country through a new dedicated forum, specifically curated for you to share and learn across any bereavement related topic

Webinar Details

Title:  COVID-19 Contingency Planning to Ensure Business Continuity: A Panel Discussion

Date: Thursday, April 16, 2020

Time: 3:00pm BST

Duration: 1 hour 


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Who'll be Speaking?

Julie Dunk BA (Hons) FICCM (Dip), Chief Executive, Institute of Cemetery & Crematorium Management

Julie Dunk

Julie has worked in cemetery & crematory management for a number of years in Cardiff, Lewisham and finally Bournemouth where she managed the Council’s Bereavement Services for 11 years.

Throughout her career Julie was actively involved in her professional association, ICCM, serving as a director and president as well as organising events for them. In 2008, Julie left Bournemouth Council to work for ICCM full-time as a Technical Services & Events Manager, and then appointed as deputy chief executive of the ICCM in 2017, and as chief executive in 2018.


Moderator: Neil Sherrin, PlotBox, VP Business Development

N. America

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Neil holds a BA (Hons) in Marketing with Business, plus a range of certifications from the Institute of Leadership and Management and the Innovation Engineering Institute.

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