Risk Management Awards 2011


Several Active Risk customers were winners at the global Risk Management Awards 2011, which were presented at a ceremony in London on November 16th. The awards, run in association with the Institute of Risk Management, attracted over 400 of the most influential players in the risk industry to the awards dinner hosted by Risk Management Professional magazine and TV celebrity Ruby Wax. In addition to winning their awards, the Active Risk customers were also shortlisted in numerous categories. Other ARM users shortlisted for awards included Network Rail and Eurocopter.


  • EADS won Risk Management Team of the Year (Commercial)
  • Amlin won ERM Strategy of the Year
  • Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) won the Major Capital Project Award

CIR Risk Management Awards, November 2012

ARM Customer Skanska, the project development and construction group, won the overall ‘Award for Outstanding Contribution’ to the Risk Industry and also picked up the top award in the ‘Major Capital Projects’ category at the CIR Risk Management Awards dinner on November 20th, 2012.
In addition, the Skanska/Balfour Beatty Joint Venture won the ‘Major Capital Projects Award’ for their work to enhance the UK’s road infrastructure. Skanska were also ‘Highly Commended’ in the Transformation category and Kevin Morecroft, Risk Manager at Skanska Civil Engineering, was shortlisted for Risk Manager of the Year.

Global Risk Awards, February 2013

Active Risk Manager (ARM) was recognized in the ‘Risk Management Solution’ category at the inaugural Global Risk Awards (presented by the Institute of Risk Management). ARM customer, Crossrail, also received a “Highly Commended” award for Partnership of the Year.
Congratulations also go to ARM customers Transport for London and Network Rail who were shortlisted for awards.
The judging was very rigorous, with a panel of 29 drawn from different sectors and from countries across the globe where the IRM is represented. Judges included ‘The Risk Doctor’ – Dr David Hillson and Professor Stephen Carver of Cranfield School of Management.
ARM users CH2M Hill, Network Rail, Crossrail and Amey joined the Active Risk table at the awards ceremony in London. The event was attended by 500 risk professionals from around the world.

Risk Manager of the Year


When at Active Risk customer Leighton Contractors, Karl Davey was awarded Risk Manager of the Year at the 2010/11 Risk Management Institution of Australasia (RMIA) Conference in Sydney. The award represents the pinnacle of risk management excellence and is awarded to individuals deemed to be at the forefront of best practice.


Leighton Contractors use Active Risk Manager (ARM) as the foundation of their risk management processes. Karl worked closely with Active Risk to drive innovation in both risk management processes and software. Over recent years Leighton Contractors has been embedding the risk system across all their projects to ensure they are part of business-as-usual operations. This has facilitated standardization and increased consistency across the company.

Risk Application of the Year


Active Risk Manager (ARM), was awarded “Risk Management Application of the Year” by the judges of the Risk Management Awards in late 2010. Active Risk customer Rio Tinto, one of the world’s leaders in finding, mining and processing the earth’s mineral resources, nominated ARM for the award.


The annual Risk Management Awards were run in association with the Institute of Risk Management (IRM) and recognize excellence and innovation in all facets of the discipline and industry. Winners were announced at a black tie awards ceremony and gala dinner at the Lancaster Hotel in London on November 18th, 2010 which attracted over 350 attendees from around the world.