Safe Passage Publication

Gaye Francis

“Risk Appetite” Gaye Francis published an article featured in the Australasian Marine Pilots Institute publication ‘Safe Passage’. View the article.

Industrial Electrix Magazine

Gaye Francis

“Legal Implications for Designers under the Engineers Australia Safety Case Guidelines” Richard Robinson published an article featured in the Australasian Power Technologies Industrial Electrix Magazine. View the article.

Australasian Power Technologies Publication

Gaye Francis

“Implications of the WHS act relating to protection and earthing” Richard Robinson published an article featured in the Australasian Power Technologies Publications. View the article.

Infrastructure Australia April 2012

Gaye Francis

“Managing Bushfire Risk of Powerlines” The Victorian Government recently accepted all the recommendations of the Powerline Bushfire Safety Taskforce with regard to powerline infrastructure and management in Victoria. View the article.

Engineers Australia January 2012

Gaye Francis

“Liability Risk: Engineering Implications of the Harmonised Safety Legislation” The implications of the new model Work Health and Safety Act will forcefully change the way Australian businesses and governments operate. View the article.

Engineers Australia January 2014

Gaye Francis

“Near Enough, Not Safe Enough” One of the more peculiar ideas that has emanated from Standards Australia in recent times has been the notion that the essential safety requirement embodied in recent safety legislation in Australia, (SFAIRP) is equivalent to the concept of (ALARP). View the article.

Australian Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Engineering

Gaye Francis

“Operations Due Diligence” With limited resources available for organisations to deliver sustained prosperity and safety there is a need to ensure assets and processes are being utilised efficiently and effectively. View the article.

Engineers Australia May 2014

Gaye Francis

“Executive Engineer – Quarterly Supplement: Rise of the Precautionary Approach” Arising from the earthquakes in New Zealand and Black Saturday bushfires in Victoria, the use of precautionary approaches has gained momentum. View the article.

R2A appears in BRW list

Gaye Francis

R2A appeared in the BRW Emerging Companies list for Risk Management Consultants. View the article.