Behavioral Risk Management: Combating Potential Terrorism And Workplace Violence

 Friday, April 28, 2017

 Canadian Underwriter

The value of staff monitoring and reporting to identify behaviours that may seem linked to the risk of terrorism and workplace violence should not be underestimated, Harry Rhulen, chief executive officer of Firestorm, suggested Tuesday during an educational session at RIMS 2017 Annual Conference & Exhibition. “The ability to identify those people (possible threats) and the things that they are going to do are in the hands of all of us,” Rhulen said during the session, Terrorism Measures You Can Take: Lessons from Nice, Paris and Mumbai, at the conference Apr. 23-26 in Philadelphia.
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