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Ryan Cote

How to lessen the risks of doing business

Ryan Cote
A recent tailings dam failure in South Africa serves as a timely reminder of the importance of catastrophic risk management. Material unwanted events (MUEs) such as the dam failure can have extreme consequences, including loss of life and irreversible damage to the environment. While such incidents will never be entirely preventable, they can – and should be – mitigated through early preparation and planning.
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