Inside the Operational Risk Room

Inside the Operational Risk Room

Inside the operational risk room.It’s a place where you can have an emergency and the staff have been trained to deal with it.The Operational risk room is the first step to making the right decision when you’re in the operational theatre.There are a lot of people who’ve never had to do that.One of the first…

Why are there so many cnc operators?

Why are there so many cnc operators?

Posted March 05, 2019 14:20:00There are currently more than 1.2 million operators of cnc machinery in Australia, accounting for nearly 15 per cent of the nation’s cnc operations, according to data from the Australian Industry Group.The data is sourced from the Australia Cnc Operators Association (ACOGA) which represents more than 700 cnc operation companies, including…

What is an Operation Gladio?

What is an Operation Gladio?

The phrase “Operation Gladio” has long been associated with the notorious US counter-terrorism operation that took the lives of more than 100,000 people.Now it has come under fire after a report said the Italian military’s involvement in the operation is illegal.The report, by the independent Italian watchdog group Repubblica, claimed the army had “taken advantage…

What do we know about the Opera House scandal

What do we know about the Opera House scandal

What are the key facts about the scandal that led to the ousting of Australian Opera boss James Packer?The details of the alleged $2.7 million fraud that led the Australian Opera House to shut its doors in August have emerged, and we are now able to reveal that it involved a number of people in…

Why did the Obama administration take a step to block a proposed law on the Internet?

Why did the Obama administration take a step to block a proposed law on the Internet?

When the Obama Justice Department announced last year it would seek to block the controversial “right to be forgotten” law, critics derided the move as “the internet censorship of the 21st century.”But now, the Justice Department has been making some changes to its position on the law, according to a Justice Department official familiar with…

Who controls your phone?

Who controls your phone?

A man and woman from California were arrested after authorities say they used a “virus” to take control of the phones of more than 100,000 people.Al Jazeera’s David Shukman reports from San Francisco.