Category: Chief Risk Officer

Category: Chief Risk Officer

Calculated Risk: Returning to Campus in The Age of COVID-19

The new white paper from the risk management and prevention experts at LiveSafe, explores how some colleges and universities plan to return, the capabilities and best practices that factored into their risk calculations, and how COVID-19 has impacted the role of university risk managers and public safety officials.

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Former FEMA Administrator Brock Long on COVID-19 & Hurricane Preparedness

In a lot of ways, it feels like we are facing down the perfect storm. From COVID-19, to widespread civil unrest and now hurricane season. Well, despite the unprecedented impact of COVID-19 on our health and economic security, it is currently forcing coastal communities to alter normal hurricane evacuation, response, recovery and mass care plans.

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3 Legal Views of Returning to Work During The Pandemic

Your company is preparing for a return to the workplace, but you still have a lot of questions. How do you test and screen employees for COVID-19 without running afoul of The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, privacy and data protection standards?

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Prevention Podcast: Season 3, Ep. 10 — What Does The Law Say About Your Return To The Workplace Strategy?

Your company is preparing for a return to the workplace, but you still have a lot of questions. How do you test and screen employees for COVID-19 without running afoul of The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations, the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, privacy and data protection standards?

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Prevention Podcast: Season 3, Ep. 7 — Introducing LiveSafe Connect For Security & Risk Professionals

The uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has organizations searching for answers about their duty of care obligations when it comes to travel and their travel risk management programs. To help us understand the risk management and duty of care aspects of the current coronavirus threat is Joe Gleason, the Director of Risk Management at AHT Insurance. Joe has many years of experience working on risk and security operations for large non-governmental organizations around the world.

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Prevention Podcast: Season 3, Ep. 5 — Risk Management Leadership During The Coronavirus Emergency

The uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has organizations searching for answers about their duty of care obligations when it comes to travel and their travel risk management programs. To help us understand the risk management and duty of care aspects of the current coronavirus threat is Joe Gleason, the Director of Risk Management at AHT Insurance. Joe has many years of experience working on risk and security operations for large non-governmental organizations around the world.

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Coronavirus & Tough Decisions

Risk management leadership demands more than following policies and procedures, and relying on data for decision making. Risk management leadership also requires the ability to make unpopular, difficult decisions in scenarios lacking conclusive data.

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Making The Case: Prevention As A Strategic Business Driver

This paper summarizes the key takeaways for CSOs looking to utilize a collaborative, data driven approach to demonstrating the ROI on security, as well as provides tips to cultivate a prevention mindset in today’s complex and ever-changing world of risk mitigation and risk management.

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White Paper: The New Prevention Movement

When Fred Smith and Barry Diller say they think they’ve found a way to reduce the increasing number of risks and threats facing businesses while simultaneously improving safety and security for millions of people around the world, smart business leaders tend to stop what they’re doing and listen.

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