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Organizations looking to integrate facial recognition technology into their security systems must consider it may not always be the best alternative.
Crumbling roads and bridges isolate companies and trigger business interruption losses.
Presumption laws combined with newer, more expensive cancer drugs are a one-two punch municipalities can ill afford.
Better coordination of workers’ compensation risk management spelled success for the Massachusetts Port Authority.
Recognizing parallels between athletes and public safety officials, the city of Denver made tailored fitness training part of its safety plan.
Resisting an order to evacuate is a criminal act in some states.
Beliefs about work-related mental health issues are beginning to shift.
Targeted killings of police officers are on the rise.
Insurers who help pay for improved police training today may save on future claims.
Dam failures are a low probability but high consequence event, best addressed by preparation and maintenance.
Various plans call for as much as $1 trillion in domestic infrastructure spending in coming years. While this presents massive business opportunities, risk, as we know, comes with it.
Public-private partnerships offer a way forward for infrastructure investment. To replicate Canadian successes, the U.S. must address risk management issues.
A new bond framework can provide dividends for completing infrastructure projects that boost resilience.
Public sector risk managers can accomplish more in their communities by enlisting volunteers, but developing program parameters is important.
The time is long past for us to address our crumbling infrastructure.
Dam failures are a ‘low probability but high consequence’ event best addressed by preparation and maintenance.
More states are offering workers’ comp benefits to first responders suffering from post-traumatic stress.
Accountability and collaboration turned Hampton Roads Transit’s legacy workers’ compensation program into a triumph.
The Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago succeeds with a commonsense approach.