Training

Training in risk analysis extends in-house capacity for risk assessment and management at all levels of an organization.

Training

Introduction

What is Training?

Learning is perpetual. At no time is it more important than when preparing for life-saving actions. Risk science aspires to help save lives and livelihoods. Training in risk science is available in graduate university programs and professional continuing education. Some of these continuing education options are lengthier and involved, while others are short and focussed, intended as either refreshers or specialization opportunities.

Risk science is a dynamic, rapidly evolving discipline. New methods, tools, and contexts are continuously coming to light. It is critical for human resource departments, leadership, and all specialized risk-related staff to make their ongoing training a priority.

Who benefits from Training?

Risk science is a cross-cutting endeavor integrating principles, procedures and practices from multiple disciplines. It is used by a wide variety of professionals. Some aspects of risk science are, indeed, reserved for epidemiologists, biostatisticians, risk analysts and other

In today’s world, education and training in risk science is relevant to all, both in the private and public sectors.

specialties. Conversely, all of us confront risk in our daily lives. An understanding of risk is essential to those working in urban planning, drug safety, or even labor relations. There is a need for both quantitative and qualitative knowledge and analyses, with an increasing need to factor in public facing dissemination. The time when risk science was devoted to purely technical analyses in support of risk decision-making has passed. Risk science is now relevant to policy-making, knowledge translation and mobilization, and even personal life choices.

In today’s world, education and training in risk science is relevant to all, both in the private and public sectors. To this end, Risk Sciences International is committed to strengthening and expanding its training curriculum with the distinction of teaching subject matter that supports understanding, managing and communicating risk.

"Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other."

by President John F. Kennedy

The Service

RSI's Training offer, broadly

Risk Sciences International currently offers several training tracks:

  1. Made-to-order courses customized to meet your specific needs
  2. Master classes designed specifically for practicing professionals
  3. Modular, ongoing training programs leading to certifications in risk science
  4. Condensed seminars in risk science with cutting-edge content

RSI's Training offer, in detail

Made-to-order courses customized to meet your specific needs

Risk science makes use of a wide range of tools and technologies drawn from multiple disciplines to achieve effective risk solutions. RSI has designed a number of customized courses to meet specific client training needs, and has delivered these courses in different formats (in-person in RSI offices or a site of the client’s choosing, and virtually on various platforms). Building on this experience, RSI is able to design fully customized training programs tailored to support your organizational goals. These courses range in length and depth; RSI offers both short, highly specialized courses as well as more comprehensive, enterprise-wide training programs.

Master classes designed specifically for practicing professionals

Staying ahead matters, especially in a field that evolves rapidly. As important, improving one’s skill set is always beneficial. RSI offers a series of Master Classes designed specifically for risk professionals. These Master Classes range from highly scientific courses to operational courses designed to increase organizational efficiency and effectiveness. The Master Classes are designed for dynamic professionals who have already attained a high level of proficiency but now aspire to even higher goals.

Modular, ongoing training programs leading to certifications in risk science

RSI offers a series of ten half-day training modules spanning all of the critical issues involved in understanding, managing and communicating risk. Each of these modules is led by an RSI expert, and includes practical examples to illustrate application of the learnings to solving real-world risk challenges. Upon completion of the ten modules, students will receive a Risk Sciences International Curriculum Certificate through the Continuing Education Programme of the University of Ottawa.

Condensed seminars in risk science with cutting-edge content

As a recognized thought leader in the field of risk science, Risk Sciences International offers condensed seminars providing participants from both the private and public sectors, with concise and incisive analyses of topical risk issues. By attending a 90-minute seminar, either in person or virtually, participants will leave with a solid understanding of the critical risk issues facing society.

What are the benefits of Training?

As a relatively young discipline, few professionals will have received training in risk science. RSI is able to meet this need.

Ongoing training is essential for professional development and organizational success. As a relatively young discipline, few professionals will have received training in risk science. RSI is able to meet this need. Clients will benefit from our training programs by mastering the principles, procedures, and practices of cutting-edge risk science. Knowledge gained through our unique training offerings will better equip you to deal with risk management challenges – many of which can be urgent and life-threatening – in a rational, effective manner. In short, you will be able to develop your skills in understanding, managing and communicating risk to your personal and professional advantage.

What can you expect?

RSI prides itself in offering dynamic and engaging training sessions. As a participant, you will have the opportunity to interact with leading experts in risk science. Depending on the course objectives, you will be provided with state-of-the-art structured sessions teaching highly technical content in an easy-to-grasp manner. Other courses focussing on operational aspects of risk science will include engaging exercises teaching you how to make the best possible decisions in crisis situations.

On completion of the RSI training, you will have extensive course materials for reference as you incorporate your learnings into your professional activity. You will also have useful materials such as informational posters or checklists, if they are needed, to remind you of the key take-home messages.

What is our expertise in Training?

Risk Sciences International is fortunate to have senior experts who are eminently qualified instructors. Notably, the organization’s own Chief Risk Scientist, Daniel Krewski, is Professor and Director of the McLaughlin Centre for Population Health Risk Assessment at the University of Ottawa. RSI Principal Risk Scientist, Greg Paoli, teaches multiple organization-specific courses within several Canadian and U.S. government agencies. Chief Medical Officer Donald Mattison is an accomplished professor with years spent teaching in major U.S. universities. Other senior RSI experts including Franco Momoli and Anne Wiles, hold academic appointments at Carleton University and the University of Ottawa. Cemil Alyanak, as a former head of a multinational public-interest communications group, offers master classes in risk perception and risk communication. Other senior RSI Experts, including Emma Hartnett and Todd Ruthman round out the RSI teaching faculty.

RSI Associate Experts are also highly involved in RSI Training. By drawing on their diverse skills and experiences, these experts make RSI a world leader in risk science.

All RSI trainers are internationally experts in their respective fields, and passionate about helping others to advance their skills and abilities in risk science through RSI’s broad training curriculum.

Today's world demands the knowledge and skills that training in risk science can provide.

Training Ancillary Services and Tools

Beyond its broader Training offer, Risk Sciences International offers specialized services and tools. Each was initially delivered at a client's request, before being integrated into RSI's regular offering.

Risk & Crisis Communication Master Class & Boot Camp

You have worked in risk communication for years. You understand that risk communication saves lives and livelihoods. Maybe you oversaw a public health emergency campaign, or your company traversed a turbulent labor dispute that required messsaging with both information and empathy, maybe as mayor you dealt with a mass casualty event or pandemic response. Risk communication is ubiquitous. Governments, civil society, and business, need it. Sometimes you have time to prepare, other times you do not, and every time you are expected to get it right. So, what can we teach you that you do not already know? How can we take you to the next level?

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Services

RSI's services cover needs before, during, and after a risk event.

Scientific Advice

Scientific Advice

Risk Sciences International experts provide independent peer review for scientific research and studies that can lend peace of mind and authority to years of hard work. RSI staff and affiliated experts from around the world have provided peer reviews of corporate risk assessments and scientist productivity for clients who demand the highest standards of...

Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment

Risk Sciences International has a wealth of experience in risk assessment to enhance public safety, minimize environmental impacts, and promote health and well-being. RSI staff have more than of 100 years of combined experience in human health risk assessment and quantitative microbiological risk assessment. Furthermore, we have...

Risk-Based Decision Making

Risk-Based Decision Making

Risk Sciences International provides clients with the confidence needed to make important decisions. By identifying all relevant evidence, evaluating its quality, and distilling it into a comprehensive, integrated risk assessment, RSI ensures business decisions are evidence-based and rock solid. The assessment provides the foundation for data-informed risk...

Risk Perception and Communication

Risk Perception and Communication

Risk Sciences International understands the value of communicating risk with confidence and authority. Risk communication involves understanding the perspective, concerns, and values of the intended audience – their perception – and then presenting the right information to project confidence and ensure understanding...

Modeling and Decision Support

Modelling and Decision Support

Risk Sciences International knows the value of having proven trusted models for ongoing decision-making. Models can save time and money by helping to simplify the synthesis of diverse data sets, specialized scientific knowledge, and complex analysis into something reliable and reusable. Capturing corporate knowledge in reusable risk models...

Software

Software Solutions

Risk Sciences International specializes in creating user-friendly software solutions that can synthesize multiple models and simulations into actionable results and data that lead to effective decision-making. Well-designed software eliminates much of the repetition, data entry, and research required in analysis that can be detrimental to timely decision making.

Training

Training

Risk Sciences International offers training in risk analysis to assist clients in extending their in-house capacity for risk assessment and management, or for those wishing a more sophisticated understanding of the field. Training ranges from short courses and hands-on workshops covering the technical aspects of risk assessment (such as probability...

Program and Process Review

Program and Process Review

Program and project reviews can be applied to a range of risk management contexts. Though RSI works with many government risk regulators and is very familiar with their regulatory environments, risk analysis and management processes and challenges are common to many types of settings both in business and civil society. RSI approaches risk program and...

Training

Risk Sciences International currently offers several training tracks: Made-to-order courses customized to meet your specific needs; Master classes designed specifically for practicing professionals; Modular, ongoing training programs leading to certifications in risk science; Condensed seminars in risk science with cutting-edge content.
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Software Solutions

Each client has unique requirements and RSI works with you to find the best fit for your situation. Some tools are better suited for individual risk assessments and others for integrated decision-making. Cost and time are always factors to consider as well.
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Scientific Advice

Risk Sciences International provides scientific advice to government, industry, academia, and other stakeholders. We collaborate with regulators and industry representatives, providing scientific and pragmatic perspectives to support mutually beneficial risk solutions.
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Risk-Based Decision Making

RSI’s RBDM services apply to all levels and scales of a regulator’s functions, and are elaborated as required by the client. This can begin with the development of an appropriate decision-making framework, and the identification of necessary analytical capacities and positioning of existing capacities, a process that may include key informant interview and consultation process to identify organizational needs and capabilities.
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Risk Perception and Communication

RSI risk perception and communication services range from target audience research to the ex-post-facto assessment of a campaign, and every concept, design and production step in between.
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Risk Assessment

Risk Sciences International offers a broad range of risk assessment services to meet client needs. A risk assessment can be a summary assessment based on the most obvious elements, just as it can be a very in-depth, longer-term analysis using multiple data sets and risk models of increasing sophistication and complexity. It can take the form of a one day consultation, of a one week assessment, or even a in-depth longer term investigation spanning months or in some cases, years.
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Program and Process Review

Program and project reviews can be applied to a range of risk management contexts. Though RSI works with many government risk regulators and is very familiar with their regulatory environments, risk analysis and management processes and challenges are common to many types of settings both in business and civil society.
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Modelling and Decision Support

In modelling and decision support we got from questions to insight and understanding through model development and application. We use models to distil and describe the real-world complexities of the situation and provide meaningful outputs to support the decisions being faced.
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Clients and Stakeholders

400+

Gov & IGO

Federal, regional and local government authorities and international/multilateral organizations including the United Nations and UN Agencies:
 

  1. Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC)
  2. Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety (ANSES)
  3. Agriculture - Agri-Food Canada (AAFC)
  4. Alberta Health and Wellness Services
  5. Arctic Aquatic Research Division
  6. Australian Food Safety Centre (FSC)
  7. Basel Convention on the Transboundary Movement of Hazardous Waste
  8. BC Centre for Disease Control (BCCDC)
  9. BC Ministry of Environment (BCMoE)
  10. BC Ministry of Transport (BCMoT)
  11. Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)
  12. Canadian Heritage (PCH)
  13. Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) of FDA
  14. Central Research Institute of Japan
  15. China Institute for Radiation Protection
  16. Chinese Center for Disease Control & Prevention
  17. City of Barrie
  18. City of Calgary
  19. City of Kingston
  20. City of Mississauga
  21. City of Ottawa
  22. City of Toronto
  23. Community of Federal Regulators (CFR)
  24. Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES)
  25. Credit Valley Conservation Authority (CVCA)
  26. Crown Indigenous and Northern Affairs (CIRNA)
  27. Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC)
  28. Dene First Nation
  29. Department of Finance Canada (FIN)
  30. Department of Health, UK
  31. Department of Justice Canada (JUS)
  32. Department of National Defence (DND)
  33. Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC)
  34. Environmental Commission of Ontario (ECO)
  35. European Broadcasting Union (EBU)
  36. European Free Trade Agreement (EFTA)
  37. European Union (EU)
  38. Fisheries & Oceans Canada (DFO)
  39. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
  40. Food Protection and Defense Institute (FPDI)
  41. GIZ
  42. Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
  43. Global Observatory for eHealth (WHO)
  44. Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health (WHO)
  45. Government of New Brunswick (GNB)
  46. Government of Northwest Territories (GNWT)
  47. Greater Vancouver Regional District
  48. Green Cross International (GCI)
  49. Health Canada (HC)
  50. Homeland Security Centers of Excellence (HS-Centers) of U.S. Dept of Homeland Security.
  51. Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC)
  52. Industry Canada (IC)
  53. International Agency for Research on Cancer (WHO)
  54. International AIDS Society (IAS)
  55. International Air Transport Association (IATA)
  56. International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
  57. International Labour Organization (ILO)
  58. International Organization for Migration (IOM)
  59. International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  60. International Social Security Association (ISSA)
  61. International Telecommunication Union (ITU)
  62. Japan Atomic Energy Agency
  63. Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)
  64. Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority
  65. Measurement Canada (MC)
  66. MetroLinx
  67. National Centre for Food Protection & Defense (NCFPD) Homeland Security Center of Excellence)
  68. National Research Council Canada (NRC)
  69. Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)
  70. New Brunswick Government (GNB), Dept. of Environment and Local Government
  71. Northern Ontario Public Services
  72. Nuclear Regulation Authority (NRA)
  73. Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPCC)
  74. Ontario Association for Impact Assessment (OAIA)
  75. Ontario Centre for Climate Impacts and Adaptation Resources (OCCIAR)
  76. Ontario Ministry of Infrastructure
  77. Ontario Ministry of the Environment & Climate Change (OMECC)
  78. Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC)
  79. Public Health England (PHE)
  80. Public Safety Canada (PSC)
  81. Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC)
  82. Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC)
  83. Regional Municipality of Durham
  84. Regional Municipality of Waterloo
  85. RIVM National Institute for Public Health and the Environment
  86. Roll Back Malaria (RBM) Partnership (WHO)
  87. Statistics Canada (StatCan)
  88. Stop TB Partnership
  89. Technical Standards & Safety Authority (TSSA)
  90. Tobacco Free Initiative TFI (WHO)
  91. Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA)
  92. Toronto Public Health (TPH)
  93. Transport Canada (TC)
  94. Treasury Board Secretariat of Canada (TBS)
  95. UN Watch
  96. UN-Habitat
  97. UNITAID
  98. United Nations (UN)
  99. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)
  100. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)
  101. United Nations Human Rights (OHCHR)
  102. United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR)
  103. United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR)
  104. United Nations Volunteers
  105. Universal Postal Union (UPU)
  106. UNplus
  107. US Army Natick Soldier RD&E Center - Combat Feeding Directorate (DFAS)
  108. US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  109. US Dept of Homeland Security (DHS)
  110. US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
  111. US Food & Drug Administration (FDA)
  112. USAID Office of Transitional Initiatives
  113. USDA Agricultural Research Service - Eastern Regional Research Center (ARS-ERRC)
  114. USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS)
  115. Workplace Safety & Insurance Board (WSIB)
  116. World AIDS Day (WAD)
  117. World Alliance for Patient Safety (WHO)
  118. World Health Day (WHO)
  119. World Health Organization (WHO)
  120. World Health Professions Alliance (WHPA)
  121. World Trade Organization (WTO)
  122. World Urban Campaign (WUC)
  123. World Water Day (WHO)

NGO & PPP

Non-governmental organizations, other civil society organizations, as well as private-public partnerships that RSI has either served or partnered with:
 

  1. 4TRANSIT Joint Venture
  2. Air and Waste Management Association (AWSA)
  3. Aluminium REACH Consortium (ARC)
  4. America Frozen Food Institute (AFFI)
  5. America Water Works Association (AWWA)
  6. Americal Chemistry Council (ACC)
  7. American Blood Centers
  8. American Cancer Society
  9. American Childhood Cancer Organization
  10. BioVision - World Life Sciences Forum
  11. Building and Wood Workers' International (BWI)
  12. Bureau de Normalization du Quebec
  13. Canadian Blood Services (CBS)
  14. Canadian Climate Forum (CCF)
  15. Canadian Conservation Institute (CCI)
  16. Canadian Gas Association (CGA)
  17. Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC)
  18. Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
  19. Cancer Care Ontario (CCO)
  20. Center for Product Safety (CPS)
  21. Centre for Public Management
  22. Children's Mercy Hospital and Clinics
  23. Children's National Medical Center
  24. Clarity Healthcare
  25. Clean Air Partnership
  26. Climate Risk Institute (CRI)
  27. Clinton Foundation
  28. Conceptis Inc (WebMD)
  29. Council of Canadian Academies
  30. Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance (EAA)
  31. Ecumenical Loan Funds For Human Development (ECLOF)
  32. Europa Donna, The European Breast Cancer Coalition
  33. European Aluminum Association (EAA)
  34. Fonterra Co-Operative Group
  35. Franciscans International (FI)
  36. Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN)
  37. Global Forum for Health Research (GFHR)
  38. Global Movement for Children (GMC)
  39. GRACE GmbH - SASforREACH Consortium
  40. ICF International Inc. (ICF)
  41. Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté
  42. Institute for Safe Medical Practices (ISMP)
  43. Institute of Food Research (IFR)
  44. International Aluminium Institute (IAI)
  45. International Bridges to Justice (IBJ)
  46. International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC)
  47. International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development (ICTSD)
  48. International Copper Association (ICA)
  49. International Council on Mining and Metals Limited (ICMM)
  50. International Federation of Chemical, Energy, Mine and General Workers' Unions (ICEM)
  51. International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC)
  52. International Federation of University Women (IFUW)
  53. International Hospital Federation
  54. International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD)
  55. International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI)
  56. International Manganese Institute (IMnI)
  57. International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF)
  58. International Prevention Research Institute (IPRI)
  59. International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)
  60. International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)
  61. ISGlobal Barcelona Institute for Global Health
  62. Joint Expert Meeting on Microbiological Risk Assessment (JEMRA) Tof FAO/WHO
  63. Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (JIFSAN) UMD-FDA
  64. Korea Institute of Radiological and Medical Sciences
  65. Livestock Innovation Research Corporation (LRIC)
  66. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)
  67. Medicines Patent Pool (MPP)
  68. Mining Innovation, Rehabilitation, and Applied Research Corporation (MIRARCO)
  69. Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA)
  70. National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
  71. National Cancer Institute (NCI)
  72. National Pork Board
  73. Netherlands Cancer Institute
  74. Northern Climate Exchange (NCE)
  75. Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO)
  76. Oak foundation
  77. Ontario Power Generation (OPG)
  78. Ontario Regional Climate Change Consortium (ORCCC)
  79. Organization of African First Ladies Against AIDS (OAFLA)
  80. PregMedic
  81. Public Services International (PSI)
  82. Radiation Effects Research Foundation
  83. Ramsar convention on wetlands
  84. Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center
  85. RTI International
  86. Science and Technology Center in Ukraine
  87. Small Arms Survey
  88. Society for Risk Analysis (SRA)
  89. South Carolina College of Pharmacy
  90. Standards Council of Canada (SCC)
  91. Swiss Federal Nuclear Safety Inspectorate ENSI
  92. The Aluminum Association (AA)
  93. Toronto Community Housing (TCH)
  94. Toxicology Excellence for Risk Assessment
  95. Trade Union Advisory Committee
  96. Union for International Cancer Control (UICC)
  97. Union Network International (UNI)
  98. WaterSMART Solutions Ltd
  99. World AIDS Campaign (WAC)
  100. World Council of Churches (WCC)
  101. World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM)
  102. World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF International)
  103. World YWCA Young Women's Christian Association

Business

Companies both large and small:
 

  1. A-Maps Environmental Inc. 
  2. AECOM Canada Limited 
  3. Ajilon Consulting 
  4. Arcelor
  5. Associated Engineering Alberta Ltd. (ASENG)
  6. BGC Engineering Inc.
  7. BMW Gmbh
  8. Bull Hausser and Tupper LLC
  9. Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz
  10. Canadian National (CN)
  11. Coca Cola Company
  12. Copp Clark Ltd.
  13. Crawford and Company Canada Inc
  14. CRDF Global
  15. Dillon Consulting Limited
  16. Dow Chemical Company 
  17. Emdata Co. Ltd. 
  18. Emmons & Olivier Resources Canada Inc. (EOR)
  19. Engineers Canada
  20. ESSA Technologies Ltd. 
  21. Federated Press
  22. FNC Technology Co., Ltd.
  23. Geneva International Airport
  24. Hatch Limited
  25. Helmholtz Zentrum München
  26. Hydro Ottawa
  27. ICF International
  28. Intersol Group Ltd.
  29. Intertek Health Sciences Inc.
  30. IRIS Legal
  31. Japan Nus Company Ltd.
  32. King & Spalding
  33. Lakind Associates LLC
  34. Lansdowne Technologies
  35. Lapointe Engineering Ltd 
  36. Lockheed Martin
  37. Lumina Decision Systems
  38. Manulife Financial Real Estate
  39. MARS Foods (China) Co. Ltd.
  40. Matrix Solutions Inc
  41. McCague Borlack LLP
  42. McCarthy Tetrault LLP
  43. Meat and Livestock Australia
  44. MITACS 
  45. Mondelēz International
  46. Morrison Hershfield
  47. Moto Internationale
  48. Motosport Plus
  49. Nodelcorp Consulting Inc
  50. NORR
  51. Novel Futures Corporation
  52. NTNU Regnskapsseksjonen
  53. Phillips & Paolicelli LLP (P2Law)
  54. Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) 
  55. Querencia Partners Ltd.
  56. R.V. Anderson Associates Ltd
  57. Restaino Law Firm
  58. Rio Tinto
  59. RWDI Air Inc 
  60. Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) 
  61. Social and Scientific Systems, Inc
  62. Stantec Consulting Ltd. 
  63. Summit Toxicology LLP
  64. TetraTech Inc.
  65. Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited
  66. Torys LLP
  67. TriEdge & Associates
  68. Unilever 
  69. Versar, Inc.
  70. WSPA-Maps Environmental Inc. 
  71. AECOM Canada Limited 
  72. Ajilon Consulting 
  73. Arcelor
  74. Associated Engineering Alberta Ltd. (ASENG)
  75. BGC Engineering Inc.
  76. BMW Gmbh
  77. Bull Hausser and Tupper LLC
  78. Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz
  79. Canadian National (CN)
  80. Coca Cola Company
  81. Copp Clark Ltd.
  82. Crawford and Company Canada Inc
  83. CRDF Global
  84. Dillon Consulting Limited
  85. Dow Chemical Company 
  86. Emdata Co. Ltd. 
  87. Emmons & Olivier Resources Canada Inc. (EOR)
  88. Engineers Canada
  89. ESSA Technologies Ltd. 
  90. Federated Press
  91. FNC Technology Co., Ltd.
  92. Geneva International Airport
  93. Hatch Limited
  94. Helmholtz Zentrum München
  95. Hydro Ottawa
  96. ICF International
  97. Intersol Group Ltd.
  98. Intertek Health Sciences Inc.
  99. IRIS Legal
  100. Japan Nus Company Ltd.
  101. King & Spalding
  102. Lakind Associates LLC
  103. Lansdowne Technologies
  104. Lapointe Engineering Ltd 
  105. Lockheed Martin
  106. Lumina Decision Systems
  107. Manulife Financial Real Estate
  108. MARS Foods (China) Co. Ltd.
  109. Matrix Solutions Inc
  110. McCague Borlack LLP
  111. McCarthy Tetrault LLP
  112. Meat and Livestock Australia
  113. MITACS 
  114. Mondelēz International
  115. Morrison Hershfield
  116. Moto Internationale
  117. Motosport Plus
  118. Nodelcorp Consulting Inc
  119. NORR
  120. Novel Futures Corporation
  121. NTNU Regnskapsseksjonen
  122. Phillips & Paolicelli LLP (P2Law)
  123. Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) 
  124. Querencia Partners Ltd.
  125. R.V. Anderson Associates Ltd
  126. Restaino Law Firm
  127. Rio Tinto
  128. RWDI Air Inc 
  129. Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) 
  130. Social and Scientific Systems, Inc
  131. Stantec Consulting Ltd. 
  132. Summit Toxicology LLP
  133. TetraTech Inc.
  134. Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited
  135. Torys LLP
  136. TriEdge & Associates
  137. Unilever 
  138. Versar, Inc.
  139. WSP

 

Academia

Universities and research institutes that RSI has served or partnered with:
 

  1. Carleton University
  2. Dankook University
  3. Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal  
  4. George Washington University 
  5. Harvard University  
  6. International Prevention Research Institute (IPRI)
  7. International University of Health and Welfare, Tochigi, Japan
  8. Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
  9. Keio University 
  10. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  11. McGill University
  12. McLaughlin Centre for Population Health
  13. Medizinische Hochschule Brandenburg Theodor Fontane
  14. Nagasaki University
  15. Oak Ridge Associated Universities 
  16. Ottawa Hospital Research Institute 
  17. Rutgers University
  18. Trent University 
  19. Universitätsmedizin Greifswald
  20. Université de Montréal 
  21. University of Alberta
  22. University of Bergen
  23. University of Calgary
  24. University of California, Berkeley
  25. University of California, San Francisco
  26. University of Guelph
  27. University of Korea 
  28. University of Manchester
  29. University of Maryland
  30. University of Melbourne
  31. University of Minnesota
  32. University of Ottawa 
  33. University of Pennsylvania
  34. University of Prince Edward Island
  35. University of Southern California
  36. University of Tasmania 
  37. University of Toronto
  38. University of Washington
  39. University of Windsor
  40. Vanderbilt University
  41. Yukon College

The list of organizations, companies, and governments above in no way denotes or implies support or endorsement by these entities. The list is intended as an indication of the breadth of work led and undertaken by Risk Sciences International staff.

During these unique times during which physical distancing is affecting all aspects of society and our economy, RSI is well prepared. Since its inception, the company has been equipped and trained to deliver results remotely. We use virtual meeting applications extensively, as well as virtual training and webinar software. The nature of risk management is such that all RSI staff have always been a moment's notice away from intervening in urgent matters.

Important: Our sincere thanks go out to all first responders worldwide who have so bravely helped us all to face this unique challenge.

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