A management consultant hired to prepare a risk assessment for the Rudd government's home insulation program says she had no idea installers could die.

Four young men died after the scheme was launched in early 2009 during the global financial crisis. Margaret Coaldrake, the then-Minter Ellison Consulting chief executive, is giving evidence at a royal commission investigating whether the men’s deaths could have been avoided. Ms Coaldrake says she wasn’t a “risk assessor” but…