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404 – The RipCord of Risk
There’s a RipCord in risk. It is spun by three strands of solid risk management principles. Break the principles and the ripcord unravels and spells destruction. Today, Steve discusses the ripcord with modern examples including the pepper-spraying of a 9-year-old girl, the possible teachers’ strike in Chicago and NY’s mishandling of COVID death stats. Learn the basics of risk and hold to them with this episode of The Risk Control Show.
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Three officers suspended after police pepper spray 9-year-old girl in Rochester, N.Y.
Rochester police officers handcuff and pepper-spray a 9-year-old girl after call of ‘family trouble’ – CNN
Rochester suspends officer on scene for pepper-spraying of girl, 9
Cuomo participated in ‘coverup’ of New York nursing home coronavirus deaths: Rep. Lee Zeldin | Fox News
Investigation: Cuomo Team Undercounted N.Y. COVID-19 Nursing Home Deaths : Coronavirus Updates : NPR
Cuomo administration underreported Covid deaths in nursing homes, report says
N.Y. Severely Undercounted Virus Deaths in Nursing Homes, Report Says – The New York Times
CPS won’t lock out teachers this week, pushing back strike threat in hopes of ‘final resolution’ – Chicago Sun-Times
Chicago Public Schools students to remain virtual Tuesday, Wednesday as progress made with CTU – ABC7 Chicago
Editorial: Teachers stay home due to science, then ignore science when it’s time to go back – Chicago Tribune
Chicago teacher strike threat grows as elementary students miss return
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