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14.09.2015

Supply chain-related risk management

This paper was presented at the annual conference of the Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Federation in May 2013. It reviews some examples of supply chain-related risks, some theory related to supply chain risk management...

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14.09.2015

What’s in a word?

This paper reviews some recent public safety-related legislation in the New Zealand gas and electricity industries with particular reference to the phrase “significant risk of serious harm … or significant damage”. A brief...

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14.09.2015

What’s wrong with the matrix?

In 2012 we were engaged by the Australian Senate Regional and Rural Affairs Committee (RRAT) to review the risk matrix used by the Australian Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry. Our report is available here or on...

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14.09.2015

Risk management graphic

On risk management training courses I use a graphic to explain the relationship between some key words and definitions in AS/NZS ISO 31000: 2009 Risk Management - Principles and guidelines. The graphic only relates to the risk...

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14.09.2015

How to escape your niche

This article was published in the September/October 2012 edition of the New Zealand magazine Safeguard. It challenges safety practitioners and others to think about gaining management qualifications.

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14.09.2015

Models as mediators

This is a revised version of the paper presented by Chris Peace at the NZ Society for Risk Management Conference in September 2012. The risk management process set out in ISO 31000:2009 “Risk management – Principles and...

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14.09.2015

Machine safety - a risk-based approach informed by standards

Simply adding guards to machines may not be enough. Risks may still exist because they were not identified as part of a thorough risk assessment. In this article published in ElectroLink in 2011Chris Peace shows how the risk...

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Working papers

Our first working paper is published below. Comments welcome!

Risk assessments: is there a Goldilocks technique?

This working paper reviews findings from research being carried by Chris Peace out towards a PhD at Victoria University. It looks at which techniques could be and are used as part of risk assessments.

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