Simulating. not stimulating.

A report from Channel TV in Guernsey about the simulation I ran there on Wednesday quotes me as saying “Were stimulating an incident and we will then make sure the response follows the appropriate procedures”.

A subtle but important mis-spelling.

The BBC put it more accurately: “Regular exercises are held to test co-operation and the ability to cope in the event of fuel being spilled during an oil transfer.”

Channel TV at least got it right that my day job is with “…a London based consultancy which specialises in emergency response exercises around the world. ”

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