#Risk #bowties in the geological society of London The interactive and cross-discipline Bryan Lovell conference will be peppered with bowties. Used to aid the mix of policy makers, environmentalists, industrialists, and geoscientists make sense of risks arising from the likes of groundwater flooding, water contamination, and rapid environmental change, these simple bowties will be used as communication and dialogue tools. We look forward to seeing you there!
Satarla sponsors InfoMine's #Risk & #Resilience in #Mining conference November saw the launch of Satarla in North America. Headed up by Ollie, an enterprise risk management and risk software expert, he will be based in British Colombia and supported by the rest of the Satarla team. The conference allowed us to share our experience in designing, embedding and training in Enterprise Risk Management. We presented our Extended Enterprise tool which can be used in any organisati
Based in Dubai, Neil brings #chemistry to the Satarla #risk team A qualified occupational health & safety professional and auditor, Neil has worked for over 11 years as an industrial chemist. He has worked in a range of environments, from laboratories and pilot projects to large scale operations, in locations such as the UK, continental Europe, Canada, and Southern Africa. Neil brings a specialisation in hazardous chemical management and OHSAS 18001 to the growing Satarla t
A #risk #bowtie is used to explore the management of this risk The failure of a tailing’s dam has the potential to be to the mining industry what Deepwater Horizon was to the energy sector. The risk of mine waste sludge being inadvertently discharged into often populated and environmentally sensitive valleys is routinely highlighted in company risk reports . Billions of dollars are at stake as they are required to pay for what environmental clean up is possible; the rebu