April 18, 2016

The partnership of the year

Nearly 400 international risk leaders came together in London for The Institute of Risk Management’s 2016 Global Risk Awards. The ceremony was a wonderful testimony to the achievements made within the risk management sector over the past year, and to top off the celebrations we came away with an award!
March 29, 2016

A cold day for monkey business

Inspections on boilers and other electrical equipment can help to decrease the risks to health and safety posed by faulty equipment. A broken boiler during winter is a bit of a bother, and if not checked, can become a risk. However, if your boiler should break at work or at home, a few layers and a kettle of boiling water can be a good temporary fix.
March 16, 2016

Top 5 time-wasting calls to the UK’s emergency services

In an emergency time is of the essence. Quick response can mean the difference between a minor incident and a major disaster. Time-wasters are a serious concern as they impede on the emergency services responding to those in grave danger.
November 19, 2015

Police officers face all the risks. We reduce the cost of them.

The past 25 years have seen an upsurge in the number of children in the UK and significant investment in education.
November 19, 2015


When you pay your insurance premium QBE invest it until it is needed to pay claims – typically in shares or bonds.
November 17, 2015

3 alarming security methods

It is essential that any intruder alarm system is reliable and resilient against attack or interference.
November 17, 2015

One alternative use of a portable fire extinguisher

As risk management experts, we understand that appropriate use of portable fire extinguishers can stop a small fire from developing into a major incident.
November 17, 2015

VIDEO: portrayal of a smoke free world

We thought we would share this short film. Showing the world without smoking. According to the video, it seems the world would have more music.
November 17, 2015
Cycling safety

The life cycle of a London biker

These words by Lesley Evans Ogden - Award-winning freelance science journalist - caught our eye. Lesley cycled every major city in Europe, and found London the most terrifying.