Public talks and forums throughout 2017, featuring prominent risk experts.» Learn More
A provocative documentary that demystifies personal and societal risk.» Learn More
An app for iOS and Android that helps you measure your personal risk factors.» Learn More
Win $800 towards a 1 day outdoor adventure for two in the beautiful Rocky Mountains surrounding Canmore Alberta.
Are you part of a group that is already thinking about risk? A university class studying statistics? A safety council? A business concerned with improving risk management? We invite you to host a screening of our 50 minute documentary film. We're sure it will provide lots for your group to talk about. To enquire about hosting a screening, please contact us and we'll be in touch very soon.
Check out these live events! We host and/or promote live talks and events about risk in locations across Canada, the UK and the USA – events that feature compelling risk experts and stimulating discussions. Check out these live events. If you are hosting your own risk event please let us know.
Whether you’re a big risk taker, risk averse or somewhere in between, the first step towards conscious risk choices is understanding the facts. Take Risk Navigator quiz to see if you're up-to-speed on how certain activities stack up against each other in terms of danger. We think that you'll be surprised at what you find.» Learn More
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Canadian adventure athlete Will Gadd knows a thing or two about risk. He’s spent endless hours exploring the outdoors and seeing some of the most beautiful vistas in Canada as well as the world.» Learn More
Kensington Communications has teamed up with Canadian mountain guide extraordinaire Will Gadd to offer a 1 day mountain adventure in the Alberta Rockies.» Learn More
To try Risk Navigator you need only risk the time it takes to download...... to accurately assess everyday risks you just need some publicly available data and a few simple algorithms.
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Dealing with risk is dealing with consequences. Anything can go wrong at anytime. Of course, we can’t live our lives in fear of something going wrong 24/7. This is why we suggest that everyone look at each situation objectively, considering the facts.» Learn More
Everyone has different levels of risk that they are willing to take in their everyday lives. Let's face it, some people enjoy while others are just as happy keeping life relatively risk-free.» Learn More