RISKmap welcomes Ewan Alexander

It is with great pleasure that we announce that Ewan Alexander has joined us, specifically in our risk management division as Chief Operating Officer of RISKmap International.

Ewan joins us with significant experience in safety and risk management, hailing from senior executive positions most recently with BHPBilliton and prior to this with DuPont. He will lead our projects and interventions in risk management, with a specific focus on critical risk control management. Ewan will play a key role in our deployment of advanced risk management systems, which bring risk engineering sciences to bear on a very complex process in any business. We are now able to support and enhance formal risk management approaches, such as the ICMM, COREsafe and others.

We move forward into 2016 with these two related companies having separate but aligned focus on leadership, safety culture and human factors in safety (SAFEmap) and on risk management (RISKmap).  Ewan will work closely with Steve Woodward, our COO in SAFEmap International.

Click here for Ewan’s Bio

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The SAFEmap Approach

SAFEmap have forged a reputation for creating truly effective safety programs.

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Pitzer/Conklin Workshop

June 29
Atlanta, Georgia

Don’t miss Dr Todd Conklin and Corrie Pitzer at this breakthrough Workshop!

In safety, we are still stuck in a psychology that is 30-40 years outdated, where many of our safety concepts are from the 1950’s and earlier and are now obsolete, and yet we still run with them every day, faster and harder.

“Safety is on the Edge”, balancing on a cliff’s edge, and if we as safety professionals don’t recognize this and become part of the change, we run the risk of being left behind.

These important questions will be addressed:

  • Why do ‘safe’ organizations have disasters?
  • Why do we have a safety plateau?
  • How do we break through?
  • What will the safety look like in the next 5-10 years?
  • What is a ‘resilient’ organization?
  • What is the difference between managing and leading?
  • Going from ‘good to great to awesome’ in safety?
  • Why not go to ‘awesome’ and what does that look like?

Download course brochure here

For more information contact:
Micki MacLean
Tel: +1 604 642 6110
Email: micki.maclean@safemap.com

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safeLEADER Course – Australia 2016

Deep leadership … a new approach to safety.

27 – 29 Sep 2016 (Perth, WA Australia)
8 – 10 Nov 2016 (Sydney, NSW Australia)













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