Identify and assess your risks, and, know how to manage them
By the end of the workshop, participants should be aware of :
A more overall, systematic approach to risk management using the IRMF.
How to create risk-smart staff and employees and a risk-smart work environment.
How to compile an appropriate set of risk management practices tailored to your organisation.
How to identify and assess risk areas associated with the policies, plans and operations of your organisation.
How to improve risk-susceptible outcomes through more informed decision-making based on IRMF values and competencies.
The need to strengthen accountability by demonstrating that levels of risk associated with the organisation’s policies, plans and operations are openly understood by all staff and employees.
The need to show that an optimal balance has been struck between investment in risk management measures and the public sector or commercial priorities of the organisation.
How to produce outcomes which are ethical, honest, and fair, which respect laws, and which result in a prudent use of resources.
The role of a Risk Management Co-ordinator.
A Risk Management Model.
A Common Risk Management Process.
In recent years, the issue of risk has become an increasingly important one for managers and supervisors paralleling the growing awareness of public liability and consequent rise in litigation in the community at large. This half-day workshop introduces some key principles of and strategies for risk management.
Risks facing managers and supervisors (on behalf of the organisation) include :
Personal injury claims
Unfair dismissal claims
Law suits for breach of contract or negligence
Failure of phone and computer networks, and
A widely accepted definition of risk is “an uncertainty of outcomes.” These outcomes may be adverse or neutral in terms of the effects on the organisation. Further, risk refers “to the uncertainty that surrounds future events and outcomes.
Risk is unavoidable and is present in virtually every human situation. The highest levels of adverse risk exist in our day-to-day operations and in our increasing dependence on ever-changing technology (for example, networked computers, mobile phone transactions).
No previous knowledge of risk management is required for the workshop although some experience in the workforce (full-time, part-time, or casual) would be useful.