The Riskope’s Case Studies presented in this section stem from Riskope’s 25+ year history. Riskope has carried out more than one hundred major risk management assignments for Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and smaller business engaged in:
energy generation and distribution, and
transportation and logistics infrastructure, as well as
government and public sector organizations.
Complex event tree from a water treatment plant quantitative risk assessment
Riskope’s Case Studies
Riskope’s Case Studies stem from consulting jobs in the Americas (from Alaska to Chile), Europe, Africa, Oceania and South East Asia.
They provide a flavor of our approach and showcase the support we provide for informed decisions that preserve enterprise value.
We have organized the case studies by Industry Sector and Risk Hazard as shown below.
Case studies by industry sector
The list of case studies By Industry Sector encompasses examples drawn from Riskope’s day-to-day practice. These cover a broad array of human activities including, for example:
Energy, as well as
Riskope’s studies in each Sector encompassed entire infrastructures, from national level down to local, or selected items and processes.
In most cases Riskope’s studies were convergent as they looked at a silos-free systems where physical, informational, operational silos converge in a single platform. Indeed, convergent risk assessments have to be holistic by definition.
We recommend to constantly refer to Riskope’s glossary to avoid any misunderstanding.
Of course each study in the By Industry Sector list covered more than one aspect of risks as shown in the projects’ sheets which include, among other data:
Environmental risks due to climate change, natural, man-made and regulatory hazards to public health risks due to contaminants and finally pandemics as they occur in specific elements like tailings dams, slopes. We recommend to constantly refer to Riskope’s glossary to avoid any misunderstanding.
Special attention is devoted to supply chain inter-dependencies including transportation systems and infrastructure, materials shipping, as well as pipelines networks.
Of course each study listed By Risk Hazard covered more than one aspect of risks as shown in the projects’ sheets which include, among other data: