Five Simple, Easy, Practical Steps for Local Government to Manage Risk: Community Risk Management
Why local community government – and not just one person or one department – needs to practice risk management.
The Surfside Florida building collapse has offered up for view several areas of responsibility: the condo board, a consulting engineer’s report, various city officials, plus someone identified as a chief building official who in November 2018 apparently stated that, irrespective of any engineer’s report, the building appeared to be “in very good shape.”
As to this writer, I am not in any position to comment on who is or is not at fault here. And actually that is my point: fault will be found and accountability brought to bear, but something else – not someone else – needs the light of day.
I’m pointing to the system of accountability.