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  1. CCPS Monograph: Risk Based Process Safety In Disruptive Times Executive Summary This CCPS Monograph provides insights for managing Process Safety during and following the COVID-19 pandemic and similar crises. A CCPS task force has assembled this monograph based on their own experiences and expertise as well as input from CCPS member company representatives. The monograph is organized by the RBPS elements. Although human factors is not a RBPS elements, human factors is addressed in Process Safety Culture, Stakeholder Outreach, and Conduct of Operations. The following table identifies the insights offered in this document. Each insight is described in the monograph. The bold topics are viewed as those of highest importance. RBPS in Disruptive Times V3.1.pdf
  2. These two articles are examples of the application of Generative Techniques in innovative projects to help realise Opportunity Risks resulting in acceptable outcomes. University of Woolongong Researchers from the University of Wollongong (UOW)’s Translational Research Initiative for Cell Engineering and Printing (TRICEP), ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science and UOW’s Makerspace worked together to design a face shield to protect medical workers. “We are looking at our capacity to do some of these more sophisticated things should that need arise ... It has been amazing how people have come together so quickly. That spirit of collaboration across the health service and university is really enabling us to move forward very quickly.” Ford Australia In a media statement, the boss of Ford Australia, Kay Hart, said: “We said from the beginning of COVID-19 that any way we could help, we would help. Producing face shields is certainly something new for us, but our innovation team and engineers were able to test a number of different designs in hospitals. With their input we have been able to get the face shield right for the people who will be wearing them.” Mr Mineo told CarAdvice: “It’s great to see so many of us back together again … it’s great to work with people you trust and who know production processes and who you know will do it right,” “Everyone is just so proud of what they’re doing, and so happy to be here.” https://www.caradvice.com.au/846416/ford-australia-donates-up-to-100000-medical-face-shields-for-covid-19/ "We really are all in this together – which is why Ford Australia is producing and will be donating up to 100,000 face shields for frontline healthcare workers in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. We’ve been working with the Victorian Government to develop a prototype face shield and have refined the design of the shields following input from medical professionals across hospitals in Melbourne. We’re now ramping up production and will be distributing the face shields to medical facilities. We will also continue to work with the Government to help address any ongoing supply needs resulting from the global shortage of Personal Protective Equipment." https://www.linkedin.com/company/ford-australia/?miniCompanyUrn=urn%3Ali%3Afs_miniCompany%3A30673559 Australian engineers are 3D printing protective equipment for hospital workers - Create.pdf Ford Australia donates up to 100,000 medical face shields for COVID-19 | CarAdvice.pdf
  3. Introduction Enterprise risk management is the identification, prioritisation and treatment of the risks which may hinder an organisation or company from meeting its business objectives. Large engineering firms, as well as high-risk industries including mining, oil and gas will generally have a central enterprise risk management framework to which all other forms of risk management – including project risk management and risk engineering – should align. Elements of enterprise risk management frameworks Typical elements of an enterprise risk management framework include: Corporate governance Strategic risk management Financial risk management Operational risk management Auditing and corporate assurance Insurance These elements are usually overseen by a group or chief risk officer. Further reading Click this link for a list of related pages. Sources: The content on this page was primarily sourced from: Webinar titled ‘Perspectives on Risk: Engineers, frameworks and new ways of thinking’, delivered to REBOK Community on 29 May 2018 by Warren Black, Principal and Founder, Complexus
  4. Introduction The Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) Enterprise Risk Management – Integrated Framework is well known and referenced, particularly in internal control and auditing applications. Application This framework describes a form of enterprise-wide risk management with a focus on matching risk management with strategy to develop an internal control capability to effectively manage risk. It is suited to general risk management in corporate organisations. For discipline specific risk management, other standards exist (eg project risk management standards). Sources The content on this page was primarily drawn from: Webinar titled ‘Perspectives on Risk: Engineers, frameworks and new ways of thinking’, delivered to REBOK Community on 29 May 2018 by Warren Black, Principal and Founder, Complexus
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