2023 Silicon Valley Bank Failure
2023 East Palestine Rail Disaster
2023 Turkey-Syria  Earthquake Mw 7.8
2005-Hurricane Katrina New Orleans
2010-Deepwater Horizon
2010-San Bruno Natural Gas Explosion
2011-Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Disaster
2012-Hurricane Sandy
2015-Aliso Canyon Methane Leak
2017-Oroville Dam Primary Spillway Failure
2018-Camp Fire (California)
Train Derailment Ohio-Railroad Safety
previous arrow
next arrow
In The News
07 October
Call For Papers on the Special Issue – Managing Distributed Safety and Security in a Hyper-Connected World
05 August
Recent article on high reliability management in Issues in Science and Technology
Upcoming Events
14 June
Post Normal Accident: Revisiting Perrow’s classic
12 July
Red Teaming for Decision Support
09 August
Leadership, Coordination and Organizing During the Pandemic

The Center for Catastrophic Risk Management was founded in 2005 in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.  We are a global group of researchers from academia, government and industry who have come together to develop pragmatic solutions for the complex, multi-jurisdictional “messy” problems of the twenty-first century.  By identifying and engaging targeted teams whose expertise are uniquely tailored to each challenge, CCRM aims to make the intractable tractable.