How can the disruption resulting from Covid-19 teach us to be more resilient to future crises and uncertainties? We share insights from the Engineering a Safer Future: Learning from crisis series of roundtables in partnership with Lloyd’s Register Foundation.
The Resilience Shift and Lloyd’s Register Foundation together hosted a round table series exploring what can be learned from the Covid crisis and its impact on particular sectors. Among other questions they asked how disruption can become an opportunity for systems transformation.
Seth Schultz will lead the drive to accelerate a global shift to more resilient critical infrastructure. See news release and media contact to share.
The Resilience Shift will be participating at the Lloyd’s Register Foundation conference. Lloyd’s Register Foundation’s International Conference is one of the world’s most prestigious thought leadership summits on safety and risk, bringing together some the most exciting thinkers, business leaders, innovators, and policymakers to debate the best ways to make the world a safer place. […]
Safety is a driving concern behind the Resilience Shift’s urgent need to accelerate critical infrastructure resilience. Our supporting partner, Lloyd’s Register Foundation’s 2019 conference is the place to hear the latest thought leadership on the world’s biggest safety challenges.
Elaine brings extensive experience to the Resilience Shift Board on behalf of Lloyd’s Register Foundation.
Aine Nibhreasail shares news from Day 1 of the Global Knowledge Exchange including Cape Town, Miami, Amman, Hull and Mexico telling us about the water systems in their cities.
Attending events is often fun and a great way to keep in touch with what other people are doing. After all, breaking ‘siloed’ thinking is one of the keys to success for resilience. We were delighted therefore to attend the Lloyd’s Register Foundation (LRF) conference ‘Bringing Safety to Life’, held at the IET in London in the second week of May. Xavi reports on a day well-spent.