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Alan Cotterell
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From:Benalla, Victoria, Australia
Registered: Oct 1999

posted 08 October 2000 01:54 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Alan Cotterell   Click Here to Email Alan Cotterell     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Dear Andy and Marc, From your silence and the fact that you removed the previous postings and responses on this subject from your forum, I note that you now understand Operational Risk Management. I can only suggest the action you have taken to apply this level of censorship, implies the parochial nature of your thinking, and the way you wish to continue.

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Marc Smith
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posted 08 October 2000 02:16 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Marc Smith   Click Here to Email Marc Smith     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Allan, don't give me (us) your bull. Andy had nothing to do with your message 'disappearing'. Your post was moved -- by me -- to the Misc Quality Topics forum as it more appropriately belongs there. You're just so focused upon yourself and your own ramblings (read: your own importance) that the forums here as a whole don't interest you - or you would have seen that the thread had been moved.

Just about every post you make here is on risk and promotes your web site. Nothing new. Many times I read your 'manifestos' and think to my self things like: "Should I delete this as a commercial posting?" and "Does this guy know anything else?" Often it's almost like SPAM - a diatribe about your 'cause' and then a "...by the way, you can learn more at my web site..." In truth, we both know you have been laughed out of several forums at other sites.

As far as your saying "...I can only suggest the action you have taken to apply this level of censorship, implies the parochial nature of your thinking...", I suggest you look in a mirror. And I suggest that you get a life.

As far as censorship goes, you should know better (but I'm not surprised you don't). If you don't 'like it here' in the Cove forums, then don't come back. No one is forcing you to visit or to post.

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Marc Smith
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posted 08 October 2000 02:23 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Marc Smith   Click Here to Email Marc Smith     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
By the way - you CAN start your own forums where you can post anything you want, you know.

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Alan Cotterell
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From:Benalla, Victoria, Australia
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posted 08 October 2000 04:03 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Alan Cotterell   Click Here to Email Alan Cotterell     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Dear Marc,
I should have guessed you had moved the postings on Operational Risk. I apologise that you have been 'wrongfully accused', and for the fact that I have been too lazy to determine the logic associated with your forum structure.
As you have said, my postings in the past have always said the same sorts of things. Until recently I have never received a response which gave recognition of any sense to my comments.
The posting by awk from Canada in your forum is the first indication that anyone else actually percieves there is a problem coordinating the four risk areas. His solution - getting a waiver from the customer, is not what I would normally do, but it's a good answer.
The health and safety law in Victoria,Australia has recently changed to a risk management basis to replace (complement?) the Roben's style legislation.
I have developed a management manual which will give compliance with the new laws, is compatible with ISO9000, ISO14000. It is fairly generic for engineering companies conducting their business on a project basis. It has taken me about twenty years of writing manuals to get to the stage where I have one which really works.
The posting from awk has given me the reassurance I need to proceed to sell it.
I greatly appreciate the use of your forum, sorry to be a nuisance.

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Andy Bassett
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From:Donegal Ireland
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posted 11 October 2000 06:42 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Andy Bassett   Click Here to Email Andy Bassett     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Hello Alan

Four days per week i live in an area where i consider myself lucky to have running water, but definitely no Internet access, the rest of the week i have to 'snatch' at Internet access in the companies where i work, which maybe explains the ragged quality of my input/questions sometime.

However, out of curiosity i have been E mailing you directly (inlcuding one this morning) as i wanted to explore your ideas a little more thoroughly, in case i was mssing something or i could learn something. You sound a little miffed, but I hadnt meant to slight you in anyway.

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Andy B

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