Book Review on Acceptable Risks

Book Review on Acceptable Risks

Acceptable Risks – As published in RiskNZ Risk Post April 2017 You can’t know where you’re going, if you don’t know where you’ve been. – Lyric from Ain’t Nothing Cooler than the Blues, The Hitman Blues Band Guidelines for Developing Quantitative Safety Risk Criteria. By Center for Chemical Process Safety, Wiley, New York; 2009; 211 pages. A Risk Framework for..

On the hunt for New Zealand’s most   challenging aerodrome, nearly 500 pilots weighed in.

On the hunt for New Zealand’s most challenging aerodrome, nearly 500 pilots weighed in.

As published in New Zealand Aviation News March 2017. New Zealand is a small country with incredible geographical diversity. On a good day, this means thrilling flying and spectacular views.  More often than not, our unique combination of fault formed terrain and persistent oceanic influences have a downside; adverse and unpredictable flying conditions. Wellington International Airport has long been..

A trip to the home of the Black Swan!

A trip to the home of the Black Swan!

This is an interview with Matt Bilderbeck of Navigatus. Matt has recently returned from a trip to North America where he attended training. Q. Tell us about the courses you took. A. The first course was at the Real World Risk Institute (RWRI) in New York. It was run by Nassim Taleb, author of Black Swan. The second course..

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