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Safety, Security, and Risk Management Conference

SSRM

Safety, Security & Risk Management Conference & Workshop


11−12 December 2023

100% online


Event Hashtag #SSRM23


We would like to invite you to the 1st edition of an international workshop and online conference on Safety, Security, and Risk Management. We would like to make it an annual event where scholars and professionals can meet, share their insights, and get inspired to advance their practice and research on Safety, Security, and Risk Management. The fully online mode facilitates participants worldwide to join the SSRM community.

As a business school, our starting point is risk management: Dealing with risks effectively makes businesses survive and prosper. Risk management involves proper risk identification, analysis, evaluation, mitigation, and control.

We are interested in gathering ongoing or fresh research on risk management in various contexts, such as private and governmental organizations and non-profits. We welcome multiple perspectives and methodologies.

We would like SSRM to be an interdisciplinary event, and we are happy to welcome scholars and professionals from various backgrounds, e.g. engineers, lawyers, social and political scientists, and others. We associate the term "safety" with eliminating the occurrence of injury, danger, or loss. Hence, we are interested and invite papers tackling topics such as health and safety policies in workplaces, training of crews and workers, insurance, providing customers with safe products, services and infrastructure, environment-friendly solutions, and more. As for "security", we would like to give space to insightful elaboration on contemporary social threats and new phenomena that can be considered challenging to social stability and sustainability. These could make fantastic opportunities for new product and service development and implementation. We welcome papers that address problems and suggest solutions.


Conference, 11th December
-Keynote speaker presentations, research presentations, parallel sessions, meet-the-editors, and other scientific events.

Workshop, 12th December
-A fantastic opportunity for young researchers to meet the mentors in small groups, discuss their research projects, and get feedback (see below the reviews from FMOS 2023 Young Scholars Workshops)

Keynote Speakers

Sebastian Roché
Dr. Sebastian Roché is a Research Professor at the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) at the PACTE — Sciences-Po Grenoble research unit, University of Grenoble-Alpes, France.

Learn more on Wikipedia
Learn more on ResearchGate

Emmanuel Fragnière

Professor, University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland (HEG Valais/Wallis), Sierre/Siders, Switzerland & Teaching Fellow, University of Bath, United Kingdom.

Luca Tenzi

Luca Tenzi is an expert in corporate security and resilience with close to 30 years of experience within Fortune 100 and 500 companies and CAC 40. He has also been involved with various functions in specialized UN agencies. Over the years has directed operations and defined security strategies, lead crisis management, and business continuity plans in different geographical and geopolitical areas.

Jean-Jaques Kohler

Jean-Jaques Kohler, a doctoral candidate at the University of Geneva, wields over 15 years of risk management expertise, with a notable tenure in the international banking sector and a strategic role in the insurance industry in Switzerland. His approach integrates innovation with a commitment to service quality, bolstering organizational agility and informed decision-making.
Register as a Presenter
Please submit your 250-word abstract OR full paper and register by clicking here:
Register as a Listener
Deadline for submissions: 30th November 2023

Full papers will be considered for publication in a research book to be published by IGI Global Inc., United States of America. All submissions will go through a triple-blind peer review process. Only the best chapters will be included in the final book.