Click here for the Friday Reading Search, a searchable archive of reading and knowledge resources

Since March 2020, Airmic has been issuing Friday Reading, a curated series of readings and knowledge resources sent by email to Airmic members. The objective of Airmic Friday Reading was initially to keep members informed during the Covid-19 pandemic. Today, Airmic Friday Reading has evolved in scope to include content on a wide range of subjects with each email edition following a theme. This page is a searchable archive of all the readings and knowledge resources that have been shared.

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BCI, 8th March 2021
Friday Reading Edition 52 (1st April 2021)
[Free to download upon setting up free account and sharing contact details] Examines the disruptions organisations have experienced in their supply chain over the past twelve months, top-of-mind concerns for professionals over the next five years, how technology is influencing the supply chain, the consequences of disruption and the uptake and effectiveness of insurance for supply chain losses.
Zurich, 2nd March 2021
Friday Reading Edition 83 (19th November 2021)
COVID-19 exposed the fragility of our global supply chains. Post-pandemic, businesses will have to make some difficult strategic decisions. But first, they will have some immediate supply chain issues to contend.
CBI, 23rd February 2021
Friday Reading Edition 47 (26th February 2021)
This session will help support you through the next phase, giving you expert insight and intelligence to continue adapting, and providing the guidance you need to restart and boost your business, and build resilience for the new normal.
Lloyd’s Register, 16th February 2021
Friday Reading Edition 47 (26th February 2021)
[Free to read full report upon sharing contact details] Lloyd's Register Foundation and the Resilience Shift have developed 'Engineering A Safer Future', a series of conversations as an antidote to the pervasive online 'noise' that confronts us as we seek serious discussion and meaningful insight into the impact of Covid-19.
Airmic, 10th February 2021
Friday Reading Edition 45 (12th February 2021)
John Scott, Head of Sustainability Risk at the Zurich Insurance Group addressed some of the wider societal issues of the Covid-19 crisis, and the emerging opportunities that can leave the world better prepared and more resilient to future risk.
Ventiv, 15th January 2021
Friday Reading Edition 53 (9th April 2021)
2020 had been a struggle for businesses. The plans put in place at the start of the year were quickly undone with the pandemic and various lockdown restrictions across the globe. Looking at 2021, what have we learned and what will be the priorities for risk managers?
Airmic, 13th January 2021
Friday Reading Edition 41 (15th January 2021)
[For Airmic members only] The Airmic LIVE episode this week on what are we still learning from the crisis and how should we reflect on these lessons as we start and travel through 2021.
Aon, 1st January 2021
Aon’s benchmarking for people working in their London office shows that 90 minutes is the average commute time, which suggests most are taking the train, tube or bus. A viable solution to the transport problem demands a more collaborative approach between businesses and organisations like Transport for London, and will likely include shift work and more cycling and walking.
Airmic, 14th December 2020
Friday Reading Edition 51 (26th March 2021)
Facing a tough economic outlook, high-quality companies are likely to be preferred by stakeholders. The use of ESG information has been increasingly part of stakeholder assessment of organisations. This session will consider a selection of key factors that are likely to be material next year through the lenses of ‘E’, ‘S’ and ‘G’.
Marsh, 8th December 2020
Friday Reading Edition 38 (11th December 2020)
As local authorities grapple with another season of winter floods amid the growing realisation that we are living with climate change, Dr Bev Adams, Head of Visual Intelligence and CAT Planning at Marsh Risk Consulting, explains how local authorities can increase long-term resilience with minimal extra cost.