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Risk

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Risk management


Report

Artificial intelligence: your questions answered

This collection of short papers offers a refreshing primer into the world of artificial intelligence (AI) and the opportunities and risks this technology presents to Australia.
Report

The coming deluge: scenario analysis for underwriting in a changing climate

This paper considers the options, implications and communication of scenario analysis for underwriting non-life insurance. It raises awareness of different natural catastrophe modelling approaches and highlights the valuable insights that can be generated across the insurance business
Report

Rapid evidence review: professional standards and sexual harassment

This review of sexual harassment as a potential cause of consumer harms in the legal profession was prepared to assist regulators in reducing and eliminating sexual harassment in all professions.
Guide

Auditing risk culture: a practical guide

Specifically developed in the context of Australian financial services organisations for internal auditors, senior management, board audit committees and other assurance providers, this 40-page guide will be useful more broadly: in non-financial organisations and both within and outside Australia.
Report

Confidence testing for at-border delivery of critical human biosecurity functions – Ruby Princess cruise ship incident

This review examines the level of confidence that can be had in Agriculture’s management of the Vessels Pathway to deliver critical human biosecurity functions at the Australian border.
Report

The benefits of professional standards schemes – limitation of liability and consumer protection measures

This report examines and evidences the benefits delivered by professional standards schemes, using quantitative and qualitative measures. The report shows that professional standards schemes help improve risk management in the professions, which is to the benefit of Australian consumers, scheme participants and insurers.
Report

Uncertain but inevitable: the expert-policy-political nexus and high-impact risks

This report exposes gaps in New Zealand’s risk management ecosystem and argues that countries need to rethink how they prepare for and manage high-impact risks.
Report

Future of the risk management professional

This report looks at the areas likely to be driving changes to risk management in 2025, including business continuity and resilience, regulatory change and compliance, and cybersecurity) — and how these impacts will evolve by 2030 (with climate change and artificial intelligence becoming increasingly prominent).
Journal article

Deep learning in the construction industry: a review of present status and future innovations

The construction industry is known to be overwhelmed with resource planning, risk management and logistic challenges which often result in design defects, project delivery delays, cost overruns and contractual disputes. The overall aim of this article was to review existing studies that have applied deep...
Conference paper

Lean, psychological safety, and behavior-based quality: a focus on people and value delivery

Psychological safety is a construct that can help to bridge the gap in our knowledge of the influence of human factors in the design and success of construction processes, and is based on assessments about the risks associated with an action. Lean principles, such as...
Conference paper

Integrated project delivery adoption framework for construction projects in India

The project delivery system and the contracting strategy adopted are the main governing factor that decides the success of a construction project in terms of time, cost, and quality. With the rising complexity of projects and stringent legal regulations, traditional practices turn out to be...
Journal article

Additive manufacturing: technology, applications, markets, and opportunities for the built environment

This paper aims to provide a comprehensive and evidence-based baseline along with progresses in relevant disciplines related to 3DP in construction, which will provide an opportunity to experts in all domains to understand the multi-dimensional constraints and to specify the future research directions in these...
Report

COVID-19 risks outlook: a preliminary mapping and its implications

This report taps into the views of nearly 350 senior risk professionals who participated in the COVID-19 Risks Perception Survey. They were asked to take a view on 31 risks across three dimensions: most likely for the world, most concerning for the world and most...
Briefing paper

Regulatory quality and COVID-19: managing the risks and supporting the recovery

The exceptional situation of the COVID-19 pandemic underlines the importance of regulation, alongside taxing, spending and communicating, as one of the most relevant levers of government action.
Guide

Australian government guide to Regulatory Impact Analysis

This guide has been prepared for every member of the Australian Public Service involved in policy making. It provides the context for regulation and encourages policy makers to think about potential impacts early in the policy process.
Discussion paper

Why climate change and human rights are a business issue

The Global Compact Network Australia, the local network of the United Nations Global Compact, has released this discussion paper on climate change and human rights. The paper highlights the central role businesses play in determining whether or not global temperature increases can be limited to...
Guide

Cartels: deterrence and detection - a guide for government procurement professionals

Produced to assist government procurement professionals understand cartel behaviour, this guide considers some steps that might be taken to maximise competition and save money, while also disrupting the possible operation of cartels by suppliers.
Report

Global risks report 2020

This report provides information on the major threats that may impact global prosperity in 2020 and over the next decade. The 15th edition of the report draws on feedback from nearly 800 global experts and decision-makers who were asked to rank their concerns in terms...
Conference paper

New bushfire threats to peri-urban areas from climate change: challenges for land use planning

Illustrating the trend to increasing vulnerability, this paper examines two case studies, South Eastern Australia and California USA, examines the potential effectiveness of land use planning as a means of reducing bushfire risk and argues the need for anticipatory planning to prevent an expansion of...
Guide

Guidelines to counter foreign interference in the Australian university sector

These guidelines have been developed for, and in partnership with, the Australian university sector, to help manage and engage with risk to deepen resillience against foreign interference. They are designed to build on risk management policies and security practices already implemented by many Australian universities.