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Risk assessment, Social License to Operate and Corporate Social Responsibility

At Riskope we champion the idea that Risk assessment, Social License to Operate (SLO) and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) are strongly intertwined. It is part of our silo-breaking philosophy. Riskope’s builds risk assessments considering multidimensional consequences. These include “people” consequences, such as loss of quality of life. At the end of the day SLO and CSR are supported by enhanced transparency, clearer vision and distance themselves from a mere PR act, as people will identify more with the prospective realities.…

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Tailings dams quantitative risk assessment

Tailings dams quantitative risk assessment has to rely on proper evaluation of consequences and probabilities. The goal is to be able to economically and swiftly prioritize a portfolio of dams. That is in order to develop risk informed decision making for mitigation as also discussed in a recent blogpost. ORE2_Tailings app to evaluate probabilities ORE2_Tailings app is primarily addressing the needs of owners or regulators of dam portfolios. A dam portfolio may cover several extractive centers, several mining companies with…

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Technological risks or technological idiocy?

Where lies the line in the sand between Technological risks or technological idiocy? Would you accept to rely on a “perfect system” that has no bypasses, safety overrides? Such systems exist and people, corporations are flocking to use them. “Append only” systems We can interpret Blockchain  as a “append only” distributed database with no central server. In addition a blockchain database has no ability to change or modify a record once it is added. That characteristic is called immutability. Immmutability…

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A tale of hazards, risks and resilience

A tale of hazards, risks and resilience came to my mind while in Venice, end of October. I lived though an extraordinary “acqua alta” (high tide) which submerged approximately 70% of the city and was reportedly the fifth event of such magnitude in 924 years. Aqua alta is a complex event combining high tide and wind driven surge in the Venetian Laguna: South winds hinder the tide outflow and “push” in the Laguna open sea water. Aqua alta is not…

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