Ross Woods, Rev. May 11
Part A: What is risk management?
- What is risk?
- What is risk management?
- The benefits of risk management
- The AS/NZ standard
Part B: Steps (How to do it)
- Define your task
- Identify your context
- Identify and record your risks
- Define "serious" risk
- Define the difference between acceptable and unacceptable risk for your organization
- Assess your risks
- Control the risk
- Monitor the risk and check the outcome
Part C: Enrichment
- Is risk management really a step-by-step process?
- Scenario Analysis
- Risk management and quality management
- An example
Part D: Specific risk areas
- Managing Occupational Health and Safety risks
- General business risks
- General financial risks
- Specific area or industry risks:
- Training sector
- Possible effects of high risks in education
- Overseas education
- Information Technology
- Common risks for community organizations A
- Common risks for community organizations B
- Community development
Part E: Managing your risk management system (BSBMGT508A)
- Your task
- What are the expected outcomes?
- Maintain information and resources
- Support your staff
- Facilitate recovery
- Monitor and review
Part F: Forms
- Template for a basic risk register for general risks.
- Form for a general OHS inspection in an office environment.
- Self-test form for business risks