Based on current trajectory, GHG emissions will continue to result in severe climate change risk, and with this in mind, organizations need to know how to prepare and keep their supply chains intact.
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.
Safety policies and standards need to shift into high gear if fully automated, self-driving cars are to become a reality.
Digital transformation and business improvement
Organizational design and right-sizing
TraPac Terminal Automation Support
Al Taweelah Alumina refinery operational readiness
United Arab Emirates
WE Local India 2021 Virtual Conference
11th AQW International Conference in Gladstone, Australia in September 2018
COM 2015, Toronto, Ontario, August 23-26, 2015
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Leading by example: Celebrating our inclusive workplace on International Day for Persons with Disabilities
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