Resources

It’s Time to Banish Blueprints and Best Practices

“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson By Melanie Lockwood Herman and Katharine Nesslage When our team is asked, “What should a risk committee do?” or “How should risk roles be described on position descriptions?” or “How often should … Continued

Five Low-Tech Ways to Anticipate and Manage Active Threats

It always pays to be cognizant of what is happening around you. From the risk of an avoidable accident to the dangers of a determined perpetrator, lack of focus and awareness can be devastating or deadly. This webinar explores low-tech ways to anticipate and manage the risks of active threats. Use what you learn watching … Continued

Five Low-Cost Ways to Inspire Driver Safety

The best way to avoid risk related to vehicle and driver safety is to avoid ever driving people and property to fulfill your mission! Yet that option is fantasy, rather than feasible, for nonprofits with U.S. and international operations. Most organizations believe in driver safety but expecting volunteer and staff drivers to memorize a voluminous … Continued

Dream a Little Dream: Managing Sleep Deprivation Risks

By Katharine Nesslage Our ambitious 24/7 lifestyles, filled with unbalanced diets, low physical activity, excessive electronic media use, and psychosocial stress, are causing a precipitous decline in our sleep. But the safety implications of sleep deprivation have been known for decades. Precipitating causes of the Three Mile Island nuclear incident (1979), the Exxon Valdez oil … Continued

Events

September 10, 2015

Webinar

Webinar for The Rapides Foundation

“Getting Ready for the Auditor”