New Book: Risk in extreme environments

14 October 2017

CRC contribution to the book Risk in extreme  environments (edited  by Prof. Vicki Bier, 2018). Chapter 4: « Decision Making on Trial: The Extreme Situation at Fukushima Daiichi » by Sébastien Travadel, Christophe Martin and […]


The concept of ontology applied to Deep Water Horizon

11 October 2017

CRC will participate in the annual Society for Risk Analysis (SRA) conference in Arlington, December 10-14. This international conference brings together academic, industrial research and risk control practitioners to re-examine the methods and epistemic foundations […]


A partnership with a leading-edge technology SME

10 October 2017

The CRC is the co-inventor of the software platform for global risk management known as Preventeo. This platform is operated, developed and available as a product from Preventeo. The CRC and Preventeo have signed a […]


The INCA project

10 October 2017

A decision support framework for ImproviNg Cross-border Area (INCA) resilience to disasters. The aim of the project is to contribute to the understanding and to the enhancing of cross-border area resilience with regard to the […]


Post Master’s degree in Industrial Risk Management

10 October 2017

Created in 2004 by MINES ParisTech, the Master’s degree in Industrial Risk Management was ranked second in the 2016 SMBG rating of the best Master’s degrees. Each year, it welcomes 28-32 students who intend to […]


Our last paper into Risk Analysis :

10 October 2017

“Industrial Safety and Utopia: Insights from the Fukushima Daiichi Accident”. Written by: Sébastien Travadel, Franck Guarnieri and Aurélien Portelli. Abstract: Feedback from industrial accidents is provided by various state or even international, institutions, and lessons […]