Category: Flood Planning Insights & Impacts

Flood of warning signals all around
25 March 2021 | Feature Article

Flood of warning signals all around

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Risk management can no longer be a once-a-year assessment for companies, with the COVID-19 pandemic driving rapid changes to business models, sourcing and distribution and so to the risk environment.
Engineering against climate risk
16 December 2020 | Feature Article

Engineering against climate risk

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Australia is vulnerable to an increase in extreme weather events thanks to the effects of climate change, but many businesses are unprepared for an increase in fires or floods.
Managing climate risk in the mining sector
13 November 2020 | Feature Article

Managing climate risk in the mining sector

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Michael Beaumont, Group Manager of Account Engineering, answers questions on how mining operators should be managing the risks posed by a changing climate
Virtual client learning lessons
25 March 2020 | Feature Article

Virtual client learning lessons

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Attention FM Global clients: Whether or not your business has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, you can be sure of one thing—now is the perfect time to learn all you can to make your business more resilient.
Why the solar industry could fail to factor in its true risk
07 May 2019 | Feature Article

Why the solar industry could fail to factor in its true risk

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Within the expected design life of the solar farm, there is a 20 per cent chance of it being hit by a cyclone that would cause significant damage to the solar panels. Standardised cyclone testing and national standards for all types of panels and installation configurations needs to be implemented.
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