suggested, tend to look at material threats if they have relevant data in hand and a sense of how these threats might be expected to play out.
But that kind of talk makes AIRMIC
's Hopkin uneasy.
executive director David Gamble welcomed the move.
According to the AIRMIC
members, the main risks faced by companies selling on the Internet are loss of reputation, falling customer service standards and fraud, although competitor activity is also regarded as a major threat to retailing success.
One of Kuraray's composite nonwovens is "Airmic
," a four-layer construction for use in the food industry.
Annual June 3-5 Harrogate, Harrogate Convention
The UK-based Airmic
risk management association has seen a doubling of female membership in the last 10 years.
chief executive John Hurrell delivered a powerful message about risk management at the latest "Tomorrow's Value" lecture.
In the United Kingdom, this year's annual conference of the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers (AIRMIC
) took place in June days before the new government unveiled an emergency budget designed to lop billions from Britain's unprecedented post-war budget deficit.
The FIPG's work is ongoing with the insurance sector and organisations working in the fire risk field, and closely involves AIRMIC
, the professional body for risk and insurance managers.
Charles Morris, risk manager for the London Borough of Camden, will highlight stress as one of the most important issues facing employers when he speaks at the Association of Insurance and Risk Managers (AIRMIC
) meeting at the International Convention Centre from June 4 - 6.
Diacon, participants at the 1994 american Risk and Insurance Association conference in Toronto, and the 1995 AIRMIC
conference at Nottingham University.