Empowering underground professionals in the use of risk assessment and risk engineering techniques to manage their personal/professional legal risks
In this legally themed episode, Professor Dix draws on almost 30 years global legal experience as a disaster investigator, lawyer and barrister with his candid insights and advice on empowering underground professionals in the use of risk assessment and risk engineering techniques to manage their personal/professional legal risks
Next: Having now explored the use of risk based tools in a global legal framework Tunnelling Journals next podcast with Professor Arnold Dix will examine the role, limitations, and strengths of Standards and standard practices in empowering underground professionals to make robust and defensible expert judgments and decisions
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Tunnelling Journals podcast series - Our Underground Future
In this series internationally acclaimed underground expert Professor Arnold Dix Lawyer, Scientist and Engineer examines the role, opportunities, and risks of underground development in meeting humanity's most urgent needs.
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