On the rise

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For our loyal clients and for those that follow us closely you’ve noticed some changes. We’ve grown. We’ve expanded. Our service offerings are broader yet more focused. Which once was a single consultant organization is now a service provider that still focuses on the possibilities rather than the problems. But now has more resources and […]

Risk Assessments; high level breakdown

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Many of our clients ask us to complete risk assessments of their operations, their physical site and even future projects. As complicated as some risk assessments can be we thought we’d take the time to break them down to their basic components. Recognize – more commonly stated as Identify the hazards or risks. Before you […]

What does it taste like?

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    So where do I put it?  What do I do with it? Will it last me long enough?  Do I need to get more of it?  When do I need to use it?  Does it go well with other things?   I’m not talking about maple syrup and whether or not you pour […]

Time to Exercise

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Write the emergency plans, engage your associates, checked and double checked.  You put it all together. You’ve completed a pretty in-depth risk assessment, reviewed processes, tweaked a few, distributed to all of the departments to ensure you’re all on the same page and you even got executive buy in. That is one healthy document, make […]

Where did he go? And how does he keep his energy up?

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I’ve been here listening and responding to your phone calls, emails, engagements, attending conferences, upgrading skills, delivering speeches, volunteering my time to passionate causes.  Staying energetic and informed. Are you still energetic and informed? All of those plans and procedures you created, are they still energetic and informed?  Are all of your colleagues that will […]

You may be one of them…

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So another year has passed.  So what do we know?  Actually, who do we know? One thing I think we know for certain is that the title of “Newsmaker”, especially newsmaker of the year may not be the title you might be striving for or want bestowed upon you, at least not anymore. So for […]

Your Risk Resolution

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Let it be resolved that some of you will look back at this past year and know that you’ll be reviewing what worked, what didn’t work, what needs to be re-written or added and some of you won’t.  That some of  you will have a new risk assessment completed to confirm already identified risks and […]

What do you do as a profession?

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Now there’s a question I get asked a lot.  Reasonable question.  Honestly asked.  Pure curiosity.  Not always the easiest to answer. So how have I answered that question in the past?  I’ve tried the formal route: “I’m a consultant that specializes in Security Management, Risk Management and Emergency Management”  Usually followed by the next question […]

Well that just happened.

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I really can’t believe this happens. Here’s some context.  I’ve had the fortunate opportunity to interact with, read the material of, and visit several post secondary institutions lately and I can’t understand how this happens. My concerns revolves around spelling mistakes, sending people into possible danger, spending the money and not using it, not sharing […]

What’s keeping you up at Night?

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    Often when I meet or speak with clients this is a question that inevitably makes its way into the conversation. What keeps you up at night? What do you worry about?  What are you afraid of happening?  What are you of afraid of not happening? In our personal lives away from work we […]