2018 Charles (Reb) Gregg Award Winner

Clare_AwardClare Dallat, our incredible HDR student (who is in the final stages of thesis examination) and Executive Director of Research and Innovation, and Director of Risk Resolve at the Outdoor Education Group has been named the very deserving winner of the 2018 Charles (Reb) Gregg Wilderness Risk Management Award!

The award is presented annually at the Wilderness Risk Management Conference and recognises an individual who has made significant contributions in risk management to the outdoor education and adventure profession.

Clare is an educator, program administrator, and student of risk management. Originally from Ireland, she works primarily in Australia and has presented academic research all over the world. Among other projects, she is working to understand why incidents happen and develop evidenced-based staff training curriculum to reduce incidents.

Clare will be travelling to Portland, Oregon to accept her award on Wednesday 3 October.

Congratulations Clare!

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One comment on “2018 Charles (Reb) Gregg Award Winner
  1. Alistair McArthur says:

    Congratulations Clare on this very prestigious award.

    Much deserved

    We are all very proud of you.

    Well done.

    Kind regards,

    Alistair

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    Alistair McArthur, Odyssey Consultants, 35 Union Street, Armadale, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3143

    Telephone: +61 3 9509 2517 EMAIL: “Alistair McArthur” < a.mcarthur@c031.aone.net.au>

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