Managing risk, whether it be Health & Safety, disruption (power outage) or non-disruption (business as usual) risk is the responsibility of everyone, leadership, management and workforce. A risk manager should not be seen as the person whose task it is to manage risk on behalf of everyone, but rather as the organization’s resident expert, the person who knows which tool or process to employ to manage a particular risk.
The adoption of a risk standard by an organization is more than just implementation of a process or a system. It’s the beginning of a journey, a way of doing things that involves everyone, a culture that enables rather than restricts.
Risk Management Processes
- Strategic & operational risk management.
- Business continuity management.
- Incident, emergency & security management.
- Regulatory & procedural compliance.
- Internal audit – assurance.
Roles-function of leadership, management & the workforce.
Introduction to Risk Standards
- ISO 31000:2009 Risk Management – Principles and Guidelines
- AS/NZS 5050:2010 Business Continuity – Managing Disruption-Related Risk
Who Should Attend?
- Directors, senior managers, managers, project managers, team leaders, anyone involved with or responsible for the management or operation of complex processes or function.
- Business Owners and trustees of non-profit organizations.
Upon completion of the course, participants should be able to:
- Appreciate the diversity of processes and tools available for the management of risk.
- Understand the differing roles and functions of leaders, management and the workforce in the management of risk.
- Understand how management process ‘Plan-Do-Check-Act’ is embedded in the ISO 31000 and AS/NZS 5050 risk standards.
Course can be run in conjunction with the World of Risk course.
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