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AUTUMN 2005

  • Disease Control Strategies - Investigating when vaccination is more effective, in overall economic terms, than culling to control an outbreak of foot and mouth disease.
  • Reducing Red Tape - Reviewing HMRC’s process for calculating the 'cost of compliance' associated with new regulations - and how this could apply across government.
  • Helping Reduce Occupational Health & Safety Risk - Reporting on our evaluation of HSE's initiative to introduce 'topic based inspection' in 2002.
  • An Enigma Variation - Report on our client event at the Cabinet War Rooms.
  • New Owners – Acquisition of Risk Solutions by CIP Industries LLP.

WINTER 2004

  • Coping with Climate Change - Our investigation into industry's strategies for adapting to climate change.
  • Carrying a Torch for the Greeks - Reporting on our global risk review of London's Olympic torch relay as part of the build up to the Athens Olympics.
  • Managing Strategic Risks - Describing our approach to identifying and structuring strategic risks to public sector organisations and private sector companies.
  • For Whom the Bell Tolls - Report on our client event of trading risks at the Lloyds Building.

SPRING 2004

  • Cost of Housing & Council Tax Benefit - Reviewing the administration of housing and council tax benefits for the DWP.
  • Luas Risk Review - Our review of risk management arrangements on Dublin's new tram system which opened in July 2004.
  • Improving Safety Communications - Presenting our Good Practice Guide on Safety Communications developed for RSSB.
  • Victoria joins the team.

AUTUMN 2003

  • Principles of Decision Making - Our examination, for RSSB, of four areas where the principles that should be applied in safety decision making are not clearly understood.
  • Gaining in Assurance - Overseeing the work on the Central Line trains needed to allow the service to be resumed, following the derailment at Chancery Lane.
  • Cluster Analysis - Using cluster analysis to identify important differences between BSE and different strains of scrapie for Defra.
  • Beyond Reasonable Doubt - Report on our client event at the Middle Temple Hall.
  • Sara Sharp and Sara Ring join the team.

SPRING 2003

  • Security of UK Energy Supplies - Modelling risks to the security of UK energy supplies for DTI and Ofgem.
  • Controlling Foot & Mouth - Analysing the risk from a foot & mouth disease outbreak under different 'standstill' regimes.
  • Track Asset Investment Planning - Development of a whole-life asset planning tool for London Underground's track engineers.
  • Expansion of London Office and accreditation to ISO9001:2000.
  • Michelle, Nigel and Simon join the team.

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If you are not willing to risk the unusual, you will have to settle for the ordinary.

Jim Rohn