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Confirm your interest in further development of new standards for Emerging Risk & Resilience Management!


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1GermanyYes 
2PolandYes 
3GermanyYes 
4SwitzerlandYesI think that this is a very valuable and useful effort and the first version has been a great step towards improving certain aspects of risk assessment and management, which standard methods for "routine" risks do not capture well. The field of emerging risk assessment and management is of growing importance, given the systemic nature of some of them, which develop in complex adaptive systems (risks emerge often as a result of the complexity of interconnected systems). So organisations need guidance. At the same time, the field is not mature yet, so further work is needed and guidance can improve. Further it would be useful to be more explicit about two different characteristics: systemic and emerging. The next version of the standards might benefit from addressing separetely systemic risks and emerging risks. This would mean that section 5.2, top of page 23 would be refined as follows: - modify: the systemic nature of emerging risks - to: the systemic nature of some emerging risks - modify: link of emerging risks to HILPs - to: link of emerging risks to HILPs, resulting from shocks or stresses - modify: multidisciplinary character - to: need to address emerging risks with an interdisciplinary and multistakeholder approach With regards to input from IRGC: 1) IRGC has published in 2015 its "Guidelines for the Governance of EMERGING Risks" (GGER), which precisely refine those aspects of the IRGC "Risk Governance Framework" that needed to be refined for the purpose of addressing emerging risks. The next version of the standards for emerging Risks adn Resilience Management would benefit from making a link to the GGER, which are available from: https://www.irgc.org/risk-governance/emerging-risk/a-protocol-for-dealing-with-emerging-risks/ This would involve changes in section 7.3 2) IRGC is working to produce new "Guidelines for the Governance of SYSTEMIC Risks" (GGSR). IRGC will provide guidelines for risks that develop in complex adaptive systems, considering external shocks as well as internal stresses, and resilience and other strategies for adaptation and/or transformation of the system. It will be fully compatible with IRGC’s previous concepts and tools. We propose to prepare a short note for use and reference in the revised standards.
5DenmarkYesAs coordinator of the caLIBRAte project, I agree to support the further development of the DIN CW 16649, with particular emphasis on nanomaterials and nanoproducts.
6GermanyYes 
7NorwayYes 
8FranceYes 
9GermanyYesWe have to add Elemts to identify and assess systemic risks and to integrate the resilience-Assessment of various Systems/infrastructures against new threats. This of course involves KPI's to measure preparedness
10United StatesYes 
11FranceYesThe topic of this document is to deal with new emerging risks, so it is natural that the document's validity is extended and at the same time it evolves and incorporates new knowledge acquired since the last edition.