Riskope ORE Risk and Crisis Management applications World-Tour 2013
Oct 10th, 2013
Risk and Crisis Management applications World-Tour 2013
We just performed a Round-the-world tour, in 29 days starting from Italy, encompassing stops for courses and consulting in Malaysia, Australia, Chile, Brazil, Canada, back to Italy.
Risk and Crisis Management courses given in Kuala lumpur (Malaysia)
We gave public courses in Kuala lumpur (Malaysia), Montreal (Canada); a lecture at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil); in house conferences and courses in Chile (Ministry), Brazil (Mining Corp.).
Consulting and liaising with clients occurred in Australia, Brazil & Canada.
We had the pleasure to see at our courses and conferences Delegates from Brazil, Canada, Chile, India, Indonesia, Oman, Singapore & US.
Delegates came from governmental bodies and private industries spanning from:
- oil & gas,
- power generation and distribution,
- transportation (RR and highways, wharves),
- critical infrastructures, and
Here is a summary of important points raised by the delegates who were seeking answers and solutions :
- Upper Management, especially if politically involved, continue to resist the implementation of rational risk and crisis management
- Upper Management still work on instinct and dismiss scientific approaches if they do not hear what they want.
- Many decisions are still taken instinctively, without proper planning.
- Mid management wants to do more…but are often locked-in by upper management.
- Limits of risk assessments related to incomplete consequences are recognized by most.
- Our 20 rules (download them for free at the bottom of the linked page) are well understood and received internationally.
Do you concur with our delegates experience? Let us know!
Tagged with: Critical Infrastructures, distribution, Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil), governmental bodies, Highways, Kuala lumpur (Malaysia), mining, Montreal (Canada), oil & gas, power generation, Rail Roads, Risk and Crisis Management courses, Wharves
Category: Consequences, Crisis management, Mitigations, Optimum Risk Estimates, Risk analysis, Risk management, Tolerance/Acceptability, Uncategorized