Cesar is the VP of Oboni Riskope Associates Inc., Vancouver Canada. Cesar has an exceptional combination of technical expertise and deep understanding of cross-cultural environments. He developed his skills over 10 years of experience while working for large corporations, governments, and public sector organizations in Europe, North America and Japan.
Cesar manages risk identification, risk analyses, and also risk assessment and crisis mitigation projects. He has dealt with numerous facilities, harbors, coal mining, military, and transportation. Finally, Cesar has developed specific experience in the analysis of residual risk of mining water treatment plants and mining infrastructure.
Beside his activities in risk assessments and Optimum Risk Estimates (ORE), the flagship product of Riskope, Cesar has been very active in the analysis of special and emerging risks. In fact, he co-authored a report on Cyber-defence at national scale for a European country. Cesar has published over 25 papers in international conferences and symposiums. Themes include risk communication, risk tolerance, long term acceptability and finally risk assessments methodologies.
In various projects Cesar created the link between Risk Analysis and the definition of quantitative risk tolerance. His work fostered clients’ social licence to operate (SLO) and corporate social responsibility (CSR). Cesar’s integrated approach includes societal acceptability, willingness to pay and other social drivers into future mitigative policies.
Cesar is the co-author of :”Tailings Dam Management for the Twenty-First Century” published by Springer and “Global Hot Spots: How Project and Enterprise Risk Management Practices Drive Business Results Around the World (Simmer System Book 4)” for Kindle.
César is the co-author of 2007 book entitled: “Improving Sustainability through Reasonable Risk and Crisis Management” . He was co-recipient of the 2010 ICCC, Italian Canadian Chamber of Commerce (Canada West), Innovation Award.