Notice of Risk SIG committee elections 2018/19

Save for later


Posted by Maya Creasey on 20th Apr 2018

The committee member nomination and vote for the Risk SIG will take place online this year.

Any APM individual member wishing to nominate themselves for the committee should submit the details in writing by no later than 23:59hours on Wednesday 4 July 2018.

Please note the eligibility requirements below for membership of the Risk SIG committee.
If you are in doubt or have any questions, please email





Associate, Full or Fellow member with at least one years APM membership and membership of the SIG committee


Associate, Full or Fellow member with at least one years APM membership and membership of the SIG committee


Student, Associate, Full or Fellow member only


The below references are a reflection on the past year 2017/18, and also the SIG intentions going forward.

Read the Risk SIG's annual report for 2017/18

The eligible nominees supporting statements will be published on the SIG microsite page on Thursday 5 July.
APM individual members will then have one week in which to cast their vote to elect the Risk SIG committee members for 2018/19.
The officer posts of Chair and Secretary will be elected at the first committee meeting following the close of the online committee election.


Posted in Risk
Comments on this site are moderated. Please allow up to 24 hours for your comment to be published on this site. Thank you for adding your comment.

{{item.AuthorName}} {{item.AuthorName}} says on {{item.DateFormattedString}}:

Share this page

Recommended events

Recommended blogs

Every day risk management

11 January 2018

We make risk assessments every day, and generally we do them well. Most of us look both ways before looking the road, and in the same way most of us will survey a site before we allow our projects to start digging.

Save for later


What do black swans have to do with risk?

25 June 2018

So what actually is a 'black swan'? The term goes right back to the 2nd Century. There is a record of the Roman poet Juvenal referring to a black swan as something presumed not to exist. It was also a common phrase in 16th Century London...

Save for later


Recommended news

Save for later


Save for later


Join APM

Sign up to the APM Newsletter.