Article on Risk Management: Aeronautical decision-making Aeronautical decision-making (ADM) is decision-making in a unique environment: Aviation. ADM is a systematic approach to risk assessment and stress-management in aviation, but it’s reasoning can be interesting to any risk manager. An important goal of safety risk management is to proactively identify safety-related hazards and mitigate the associated …

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Recently, there has been a big change in the insurance and risk market. BELRIM organised several Exchanges on “The State Of The Market”. These so-called Exchanges are meetings for BELRIM members, where professionals share their vision and thoughts, and where all participants can exchange information and ask questions. Three Exchanges The webinar was set up …

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All the BELRIM participants of the RIMAP examination in October, succeeded in obtaining their RIMAP certification. Congrats! Also Emily Cox (SOLVAY) succeeded and we asked her some questions about her experiences in the current risk management world and how she experienced the RIMAP examination itself. Below some questions and answers from Emily: What do you …

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European risk managers must focus on selling their risks to insurers and delivering the best information possible as the market heads towards a difficult year-end renewal season, advised  panellists who took part in a debate on the state of the corporate insurance market during Commercial Risk Europe’s annual conference with Belrim and Narim. The panel discussion took place only …

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Start with your certification exam and stay up to date on the latest risk management trends and strategies with a continuous professional development program The RIMAP certification is unique because it provides: An independent confirmation of your professional competences and experience A European standard developed by European risk managers and recognized by FERMA’s 21 risk management member …

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