Showing items tagged as risk-based thinking

  • Despite a Focus on Risk Management, Why Do Unthinkable Things Continue to Happen?

    January 3, 2019 by Rod Farrar, Director, Paladin Risk Management Services

    Accidents and errors, in life and in manufacturing more specifically, continue to happen despite heightened levels of risk management and international standards. Find out why time, frequency and probability can’t be factored in to calculate likelihood and learn the key to determining actual risk.

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  • Supply Chain Risk Management: An Ever-Changing Mosaic

    September 19, 2017 Geary W. Sikich, Principal, Logical Management Systems Corp.

    We have recognized the need to better manage supply chain risks for the nearly two decades now. Yet, we still seem to be deluded into thinking that the modern supply chain is resilient to the point of invulnerability.

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  • The Most Important Four-Letter Words in ISO 9001:2015

    March 21, 2017 by Christine Park, Consultant, Christine Park & Associates

    Most organizations are well under way with the transition to the new ISO 9001:2015.  As such you should be very familiar with the emphasis on two four-letter words found throughout the document ….

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