Opinion

Public Sector Informant: A national chief risk officer could be government's lifeguard on duty

By Rumtin Sepasspour, Jessica Hodgson
July 4 2022 - 7:30pm
A national chief risk officer would help signpost danger, engage the community, provide advice, and, when needed, come to the rescue. Picture: Adam McLean

For years now, disasters and stressors, natural and otherwise, have tossed Australia about. Like a swimmer trapped in dangerous currents, we are at the whims of untameable forces and exhausting ourselves trying to keep afloat.

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