Address the key tests of due care - "what you should be reasonably expected to know, and do". Unlike courts and inquests - which ask after the event - we address these tests before a crisis.
An experienced "risk management journeyman" - with a background in teaching, research and the development of best practices in emergency management.
I have worked at all levels of government and consulted to the private sector within Australia and internationally.
Yes, there are many stories I could share - but one of my key attributes is confidentiality. I can share that our approach has been respected since 1987 for “preventing disasters, or where that is not possible, reducing the potential for harm” Ref: Barrister Hugh Selby in the 'Inquest Handbook'
Negotiable - depends on the Gig - sometimes clients need a nutshell opinion, a snapshot based on my experience and a quick piece of research and thinking. So a quick piece of advice to reduce uncertainty for a decision-maker. Other Gigs can be much larger, longer engagements - which start by mapping the need and the context.
I'm happy to help - just tag me for a chat and I'll skype anytime (yes, there was a sequence there - tag me first - by email or text - with a request THEN we might skype at midnight).
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