Canada’s National Day of Truth and Reconciliation is an opportunity to reflect on the past and shape the future

Kathleen Wood | September 30, 2022
Indigenous people today, including the survivors of residential schools and their descendants, have bravely shared the trauma they and their loved ones have endured. If they have the courage to speak, we need to have to have the courage to listen. National Day of Truth and Reconciliation gives corporations, businesses, and clients the opportunity to reflect on, and learn from, our shared past to ensure a better future for all.

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation: Healing wounds of the past

Sue Prince | September 30, 2022
On September 30 of each year, Canadians observe both National Day for Truth and Reconciliation and Orange Shirt Day, to commemorate the plight of Indigenous children who attended the nation’s residential schools between the mid-1800s and 1996. For me, as an Indigenous person, it is a time to reflect and heal.
Ryan Cote

How to lessen the risks of doing business

Ryan Cote | September 20, 2022
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.
Diana Haikal

RAM Simulation: A Model Approach for Optimizing Assets

Diana Haikal | August 17, 2022
RAM is an acronym for “reliability, availability and maintainability,”. It's a modeling process that, when applied by experienced RAM practitioners, can predict the probable performance of industrial assets to help clients achieve target capacities, efficiencies, and profitability. Keep reading to learn more about the value RAM can provide!
Siddarth Subramani

Seek Critical Advice Before Charging into the EV Industry

Siddarth Subramani | August 12, 2022
People have had a love affair with their gasoline-fueled vehicles for more than 100 years. When faced with the prospect of changing over to electric vehicles (EVs), many balk and bristle. EVs, they say, can’t travel as far as fossil fuel-powered vehicles; their batteries are expensive to replace; and there aren’t enough charging stations.
Camilo Romaha and Matt Cramer

The devil in the details: managing the unimaginable

Matthew Cramer and Camilo Romanha | August 11, 2022
Astronauts don’t skip steps in space. A single misstep will almost certainly be catastrophic, and as cumbersome as it may be, this level of diligence needs to be applied to every instance of catastrophic risk management.