This week – Nuclear, Consumer reviews and Chernobyl

What is trending this week in the world of resilience?

What is trending this week in the world of resilience?

A new ISO standard to now available to improve safety in the nuclear sector, Phil Gursky analyses recent data about the mental health-terrorism link and the lasting effects of radiation on the flora and fauna of Chernobyl, Ukraine.

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New standard to improve safety in the nuclear sectorNew standard to improve safety in the nuclear sector

A freshly published standard applies the principles of one of the world’s most renowned quality standards, ISO 9001, to the nuclear sector, combining best practice in quality with the specific requirements of the nuclear industry.

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Finally some data about the mental health-terrorism linkFinally some data about the mental health-terrorism link

The presence of symptoms of a mental disorder will only ever be one of many factors in an individual’s movement toward radicalization. An analysis by Phil Gurski.

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Set the Standard – ISO 20488 – Online consumer reviewsSet the Standard – ISO 20488 – Online consumer reviews

Consumer reviews play an increasingly strong role in purchasing decisions, but with a plethora of platforms and opinions, whose view can you trust? A new standard just published aims to put some order into the process to restore back our faith.

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To be continuedTo be continued…

Because you want and need your life adventure to be continued, and there are people you can help, we can work together to build resilience and help save the day, perhaps even save some lives too! A piece by Paul Kudray.

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The Animals of ChernobylThe Animals of Chernobyl

After the Chernobyl disaster humans haven’t been allowed to live in the vicinity. That hasn’t stopped animals and wildlife from moving into the radioactive area.

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