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CARRYING ON FROM THE HUGE INTERNATIONAL SUCcESS OF OUR 2019 CONFERENce and, following a (covid19 imposed) hiatus in 2020, we are back (by zoom) for 2021, FOR A FREE OF CHARGE  'C:ORE RISK LITE' with US BEING BACK TO a face to face conference in 2022.  


Planning: Risk Management, Risk Assessment, Safety Standards, Legal responsibilities, Insurance, Training, Emergency  and more.


Delivery: Risk Management, Field Safety, Dynamic Risk Assessment, Accommodation Safety, Water Safety, Vehicle Safety, Leadership, Decision Making, Mental Health, Crisis Response, Communications and more.


Review:Closing the circle.


Expert speakers ranging from practitioners, crisis response experts, those involved in sector safety standards, lawyers, sector experts and more.   Terms and conditions apply - conference content subject to change.


- Discussion-based scenarios 

- Sharing real-life stories

- Industry leading speakers

- Networking

- Duty of Care

- Legal 

- Vehicle, Water and Accommodation safety

- De-bunking Health and Safety myths

- Safety Standards 

- Contingency planning and writing emergency plans

- Travel health

- Resilient Performance in Remote Areas

--Psychological First Aid and group management post incident 

- Safeguarding

- Inquests - what to expect

- Travel Risk Management

- Training and safety solutions

- Discussion - what you want covered at CoreRiskCon2022

- Sector specific specialist events

Terms and conditions apply - conference content subject to change.


When: Saturday 9 - Sunday 10th October 2021, with an optional 2 day, Royal Geographical Society Certified Off Site Safety Management course 7-8 October 2021(half price for past C:ORE Risk Conference attendees).

Where: Given the uncertainty caused by Covid, we are running the course by zoom - with return to face to face in 2022!

Who:Universities, schools, those involved in fieldwork, adventure travel, youth expeditions, outdoor activity companies, explorers, mineral exploration, remote area operators, TV companies operating in remote areas and indeed anyone operating in an off site context.

Why:Comply with your legal and moral Duty of Care, keep up to date with latest developments, promote excellence within your organisation, develop and support a strong safety culture based on current good practice, undertake continuous practice development, learn from expert speakers from both academics and practitioners, from leading sector establishments and organisations.

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