Monthly Archives: July 2011

WHY MANAGEMENT RISK?

      The word risk is increasingly popular in today’s language yet intrinsic in many daily activities.  Essentially, risk can be defined as ‘uncertainty that matters’.  Whilst most of us take responsibility for relatively simple activities such as crossing … Continue reading

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Incident Management – What Next?

I may be criticized for crying wolf here, I would however strongly disagree; there are many wolves prowling around our country and their attack, when it comes, will be devastating! Current intelligence strongly suggests that the type of terrorist attack … Continue reading

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The Importance of Incident and Crisis Management Training.

As Gerald Ratner learnt the hard way, playing fast and loose with your brand or denigrating the quality of what you do, even in a humorous manner can severely damage your reputation and lead to loss of confidence in your … Continue reading

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