Ray Hurst, President of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) says in his diary of 1 October:

“That evening I attend the ALARM (what used to be the Association of Local Authorities Risk Managers) recognition dinner in Westminster. Another very useful networking event (even if it doesn’t help the waistline but that is probably beyond saving anyway).

An interesting and pleasant evening perfectly rounded off by the after dinner speaker in the form of the well known author and leader of the Bravo Two Zero patrol in Iraq during the first gulf war – Andy McNab DCM MM.

Now there is a man who knows all about dynamic risk assessment and what can happen if it all goes wrong (although Andy put it a little more colourfully).”

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