International advisory network
While authorities strive for uniformity, building and safety regulations vary greatly country to country. For this reason, you’d be well advised not to assume that legislation and regulations in other countries are more or less the same as they are in your home market. This sort of legislative diversity is what makes it so difficult to manage risks and set up and apply a risk policy. Fortunately, we can help.
What does Riskonet offer?
In addition to having extensive international expertise, Riskonet has an international network which offers unequivocal clarity regarding legislation and regulations in other markets. More importantly, the effects that they can have on your situation and plans.
Riskonet will be happy to guide you through this international labyrinth of rules and regulations. As we operate from our own offices in Europe and in Africa, we have an extensive partner network on all continents, working with trusted experts who can be deployed on your behalf in accordance with Riskonet methodology and benchmarks.
The strength of this global network forms the foundation on which Riskonet is built. It enables us to take the weight off your shoulders and give you the certainty that your risk policy is soundly anchored.
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Collaboration with NFPA
Riskonet also actively helps to develop risk-management knowledge and expertise. We are, for example, the European partner of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), an American non-profit organisation that uses scientific research, guidelines and education to reduce the negative effects of fire and other hazards. With almost 80 000 members, the NFPA is the world’s largest fire safety organisation and many companies and insurers follow its guidelines.
Our NFPA seminars
We can support you with advice and action in the area of safety and risk management. And our offering is extensive. It encompasses, for example, the dissemination of knowledge and training courses, including those pertaining to the important guidelines of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).