RMS is the world's leading provider of software, services, and expertise for the quantification and management of catastrophe risk. More than 400 leading insurers, reinsurers, trading companies, and other financial institutions rely on RMS solutions to quantify, manage, and transfer risk. Founded at Stanford University in 1988, RMS serves clients today from offices in the U.S., Bermuda, the U.K., Switzerland, India, China, and Japan.
With fewer than 50 days to go before the Third UN World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction top scientists have called on governments to put evidence-based disaster risk reduction at the heart of their strategies for sustainable development.
I was recently able to sit down with Robert Burton, Founder and Managing Director of Preparedex, LLC. The company recently launched a virtual exercise delivery platform called LaunchPAD. There are very limited technology options to support preparedness exercises, so I was very excited to learn more about LaunchPAD, especially given my background putting together large-scale exercises for almost four years.
LaunchPAD hones in on a very important issue, geographically...
Many of the disaster risk reduction programs that implement disaster prevention and preparedness capabilities are helping to create more resilient communities. These worthwhile programs require ongoing financing, and their success must be measured and evaluated to continue to justify the allocation of limited funds.
Simon Bennett and the expert contributors look at civil safety and security as it is affected by man-made and natural threats. They provide ideas and action plans for risk, crisis, and disaster management within a social context that prioritises risk reduction. The accessible style, with technical terms defined and explained, covers topics such as technological citizenship, delegated authority and exploitation of 'lay' knowledge, of value to risk practitioners in the emergency services, industry
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