Monthly Archives: May 2014

Lessons from Melbourne Grocon wall collapse tragedy

The Grocon wall collapse that tragically killed three passers-by in Melbourne has hit the headlines again. One of the key questions that it raises is whether companies like Grocon and its contracted signage company Aussies Signs could have foreseen and done anything to avoid this event. Without knowing the inside story, it is hard to […]

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Optimised risk monitoring using acceptance sampling

When performed correctly auditing can be a very powerful risk monitoring and control tool.   Unfortunately, many organisations often fail to achieve maximum value from their risk monitoring and control systems because they continue to rely on non-scientific auditing and inspection methods. The biggest weakness with non-scientific auditing is that the accuracy of the result remains […]

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