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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!
We are thrilled to announce that we won Partnership of the Year for our collaborative work on the risks involved in outsourcing highway liabilities, in partnership with Gallagher Bassett, QBE and Amey.
The partnership was consolidated by a collective ambition to support Local Authorities in cost effectively maintaining the UK’s 246,000 miles of road network. Working together we have put in a lot of hard work, time and commitment, and are delighted to have won the award.
This is a great accomplishment for all involved. The project has benefited a number of Local Authorities outsourcing their highway services, as well as improving their overall approach to risk management. We will continue to provide the same guidance to those looking to reduce costs and build more sustainable, collaborative arrangements with commercial outsourcers.
‘At RMP we aim to help public sector organisations manage and drive down the total cost of risk. This project is an excellent example of that aim being put into practice. Receiving great feedback from our clients using the guidance and protocol document has already been incredibly rewarding, and winning Partnership of the Year is a further tribute to our collective achievement with Gallagher Bassett, QBE and Amey.’
According to a recent survey carried out by the Environment Agency and the AA, nearly half of drivers aged 65 and over would be willing to drive through a flood, putting themselves and their vehicle at risk, rather than turn around and find a different route.
Most of us are familiar with the warm orange glow of street lighting. The lamps are lit with sodium bulbs, which work by passing an electric current through a tube containing solid sodium. The reaction produces large amounts of heat and light.
This office is definitely not one for claustrophobics. Danish creative director Jonas Hallberg has renovated an old trailer into his own shabby-chic mobile office, meaning he can work wherever he likes.