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What to expect at the Noggin User Conference 2019: A Q&A with Noggin CEO, James Boddam-Whetham

Posted by The Brain on May 10, 2019 3:39:17 AM

 

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Topics: Conferences & Events

Building Your Business Case for Safety Management Software

Posted by The Brain on May 2, 2019 4:53:44 AM

 

We get it, deciding to digitize your manual processes and invest in safety management software is a big step. But after the decision’s made, there’ll still be a heavy lift ahead.

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Topics: Work Health Safety

The Case for Unifying Security, Crisis, and Business Continuity Management

Posted by The Brain on May 2, 2019 12:56:20 AM

 

Take a look at the figures. Eighteen percent of all violent crimes occur in the workplace. Victim deaths are especially high in retail.

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Topics: Crisis Management, Business Continuity, Security Management, Crisis Planning

An Introduction to Permit to Work

Posted by The Brain on May 1, 2019 2:15:31 AM

 

Risk managers in the world of hazardous operations are acutely aware of the need to implement stringent work controls: documented measures that go far beyond safe work protocols for more routine jobs. 

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Topics: Work Health Safety

Gear up for the first-ever World Day for Safety and Health at Work

Posted by The Brain on Apr 26, 2019 7:52:26 AM

 

Nowadays, more people are working than ever before. And with the advent of remote work, those people are working from anywhere, at any time.

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Topics: Work Health Safety

What are the Challenges in Building and Operating a Security Operations Center (SOC)?

Posted by The Brain on Apr 19, 2019 3:45:35 AM

 

Security operations centers offer some pretty clear business benefits: improved situational awareness and visibility, reduced long-term security costs, and less operational security siloing. But despite the manifold benefits, SOC adoption isn’t universal. Far from it: in fact, according to EY’s Global Information Security Survey, 2017-2018, just half (or so) of all surveyed organizations have an SOC. What’s going on with the rest?

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Topics: Security Management

The Cost of Compliance Is up. Where’s the payoff?

Posted by The Brain on Apr 17, 2019 4:14:53 AM

 

When it comes to spending on compliance, companies aren’t shy. Every year, the average multinational will easily shell out millions on compliance, according to reporting in Harvard Business Review. In heavily-regulated sectors, that number is even higher. 

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Topics: Risk Management, Compliance

What We Learned at the 3rd Venue Security & Safety Summit

Posted by The Brain on Apr 12, 2019 6:54:02 AM

 

The ever-increasing threat level at major events puts even more pressure on organizers to ensure event security. To learn what some of the leading security professionals are doing to combat the growing threat, we recently attended the 3rd Venue Security & Safety Summit, which tackled key themes like planning and preparing for the unexpected, preventing and protecting against internal and external threats, designing and applying real-time response procedures, as well as building risk management into business continuity and disaster recovery.

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Topics: Security Management, Conferences & Events

Permit to Work: Some introductory concepts

Posted by The Brain on Apr 4, 2019 4:24:14 AM

 

Accident reports show that as many as 90 percent of industrial accidents are attributable to human error. But poor procedures and processes can make those human errors well-nigh inevitable, especially in the world of hazardous work. And that’s why teams involved in non-routine work need to implement stringent work controls to keep everyone safe and reduce risk.

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Topics: Work Health Safety

Essential Crisis Management Software Features for the Crisis Management Lifecycle

Posted by The Brain on Apr 4, 2019 2:30:00 AM

 

Crisis can happen at any time, arising from a single devastating event or a series of unattended issues. Either way it comes about, crisis, once underway, presents a serious threat to a business’s core objectives, reputation – even its viability.

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Topics: Crisis Management


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