By Peter Aggus
With damage ranging from buildings falling down to
loosened connectors or cracked water pipes, there are
around 500,000 quakes each year. The impact often has a
domino effect with failure in unexpected places.
Self-Assessing Enterprise Risk
By Alan Bajkov
Assessing risk is not rocket science; it's a logical
process of identifying risks and opportunities, deciding
on their likelihood and magnitude of impact, then
deciding on an appropriate response to each.
Here's a simple process.
The Unnecessary Disaster
By Len Garis et al
Urban myths abound - we assume 'an event' causes a
disaster but it often isn't true. From Hurricane
Katrina in 2005 to the 2011 tsunami in Japan -
the real cause of flooding and nuclear meltdown was
bad planning and bad activation of an emergency plan.
You Can Be Sued!
By John Glover
Disaster struck and somehow everything is your fault!
You were busy; you were understaffed;
Governance was on your To Do list. Now it's too late.
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