How risk leaders should adapt to the 2022 workplace

Stephen Sidebottom explores the challenge facing organisations of adapting to change and why excellent risk management has never been a greater priority

Using infrastructure to support economic recovery

How do Local Highways Authorities ensure National Infrastructure Strategy investments actually reach the highway network?

The importance of reviewing risk culture

Victoria Robinson discusses the importance of reviewing risk culture in an organisation’s ongoing work

The changing landscape of risk management

Victoria Robinson looks at the ways that risk management is changing and how the public sector needs to adapt to those changes

What does the risk professional of 2030 look like?

How can risk professionals in the public sector be trained as they tackle the many challenges that face them? Jane O’Leary discusses

he commercialism agenda through the eyes of a risk manager

Alarm's Jane O’Leary discusses the opportunities and challenges of new local authority service delivery models

Risk role crucial to children’s services

Wayne Rigby discusses the unique value of local authority risk practitioners in supporting and managing children’s services risk, complaints and claims

Peter Andrews, Director at Alarm, attempts to answer the question of what is good risk management, using data collected from public service organisations over the last five years

Disruptive events will always occur, whatever form they may take. By having an effective business continuity programme in place, it should mean that, in the event of an incident, a drama doesn’t turn into a crisis, writes Andrew Scott

It will never be possible to eliminate fraud completely, but there are measures that can be taken that will help to mitigate the risks, writes Tracy Barnett, director of Alarm, the public risk management association

Event Diary

UKREiiF has quickly become a must-attend in the industry calendar for Government departments and local authorities.

The multi-award-winning UK Construction Week (UKCW), is the UK’s biggest trade event for the built environment that connects the whole supply chain to be the catalyst for growth and positive change in the industry.

The organisers of the world’s largest dedicated hydrogen event, World Hydrogen 2024 Summit & Exhibition have announced it’s return to Rotterdam in May 2024, with an expansion of a whole extra summit day. Sustainable Energy Council (SEC) are partnering with the Government of the Netherlands, the Province of Zuid-Holland, the City of Rotterdam, and the Port of Rotterdam to host an extended, larger scale Summit in 2024, to expand the event to meet the surging demand.