PRISM is a global leader in risk-informed decision-making.
Srikanth Mangalam is a globally recognized visionary and expert in risk-informed decision-making.
He has over 20 years of experience in risk management in both the public and private sectors in Canada, USA, Malaysia and India. He is credited with conceptualizing and implementing Risk-Informed Decision-Making in Canada’s public safety sector. Formerly the Director of Public Safety Risk Management and Chief Risk Advisor at the Technical Standards and Safety Authority in Toronto, Canada, Srikanth and his team received US and Canadian patents for developing and implementing an innovative approach to risk-based regulatory inspections.
Srikanth has successfully established and delivered science-based risk management strategies in real-world contexts and championed the application of analytics and innovative outcome-based performance metrics to quantify risks and the effectiveness of regulations. He has several publications to his credit and is a highly sought after speaker on public risk management at conferences and by regulatory agencies.
Dr. Elizabeth Nielsen
Dr. Elizabeth Nielsen has held various executive positions with the Government of Canada, including the Department of Consumer and Corporate Affairs and Health Canada. She has extensive experience and expertise in regulatory policy development, administration and enforcement and identifying, assessing and managing consumer, industrial and medical product risks. Dr. Nielsen has taught regulatory policy at the Canada School of Public Service and is widely involved in international standards development with the International Organization for Standardization.
Dr. Paolo Lauriola
Dr. Lauriola is Head of the Regional Reference Centre for Enviornment and Health of ARPA Emilia-Romagna, the environmental protection agency serving the northeast region of Italy. He is a leading researcher in environmental and public health and has collaborated on a number of EU projects monitoring environmental health surveillance and environmental-health prevention. He has published over 100 papers in national and international scientific journals.
Dr. Mangalam Mallikarjunan
Dr. Mallikarjunan is an international expert in chemical risk assessment and process safety management. He was a senior member of the Nobel Peace Prize winning team at the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons The Hague, Netherlands responsible for safety and risk assessment with the international chemical weapons inspection program. As Deputy Director for over 30 years with the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research in India he led teams of scientists and engineers on research and consulting projects in chemical engineering, safety and risk analysis for chemical processes, development and design of chemical processes. He has published over 60 papers in national and international journals.
Mohan Krishnamoorthy is the Pro Vice Chancellor (Industry Partnerships) and Professor of Operations Research in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department at Monash University. He was previously the inaugural CEO of the Indian Institute for Technology Bomby-Monash Research Academy, which he helped establish. Professor Krishnamoorthy is a leading expert in operations research and efficiency, hub location, rostering, personnel task scheduling, machine scheduling, transportation and port logistics.
Christopher Hodges is Professor of Justice Systems, and head of the Swiss Re/CMS Research Programme on Civil Justice Systems, Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, University of Oxford. He is a Supernumerary Fellow of Wolfson College Oxford. Professor Hodges research interests and expertise is in understanding how to design more effective regulatory frameworks to enhance compliance, performance and safety.
Isabella Myers is an independent consultant with over 20 years’ experience on the health effects associated with evironmental hazards in the indoor and outdoor environment. Isabella connects industry, government, the charitable sector and the research community, to enable effective joined up working processes that can drive an improvement in public health. She provides advice and facilitates the development of strategies that are underpinned by sound scientific evidence and she identifies, manages and contributes to the work of scientific research projects.