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Everyone manages risks, from Board members and the CEO to all front-line workers. Taking a risk-based approach to strategy development, business planning, organisational culture and decision-making is essential.
From telecommunications to transport, construction to financial services, public organisations to charities, supply chain to information security, mental health and well-being to physical security, organisational risks do not exist in isolation. Successful and resilient individuals and organisations manage their risks holistically, whether they present threats or opportunities.
Customers and regulators take less on trust and expect more assurances than ever before. The changing nature of working practices and events once thought remote, such as climate change, wide-spread terrorism, cyber-crime, artificial intelligence, robotics, mass migration and political uncertainties, means organisations need more than ever, competent people across the organisation with the right knowledge, skills, experience and behaviours to effectively manage their risks.
Managing risks effectively, is after all, all about building resilience, being innovative, achieving objectives and managing reputation.
Members - £295 + £59 VAT. Total cost: £354
Non-members - £395 + £79 VAT. Total cost: £474
HOW DO I GET THE MEMBER PRICE?
If you are a IIRSM member please log in prior to completing the below form to obtain the member rate.
HOW DO I MAKE A GROUP BOOKING?
For groups of three or more from the same organisation please contact the Training team at email@example.com
Please ensure you read the Terms and Conditions prior to booking this training course.
Wednesday, 10 October, 2018 - 09:00 - 16:30
Event Date & Location
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
What will you learn?
Managing risk is underprinned by IIRSM's competency framework which has been developed through extensive consultation with industry.
At the end of the course, you will understand:
- What the management of risk is and why it matters.
- How risk management can improve decision-making, operational effectiveness and strategy development.
- How it relates to the organisation and can help maximise performance.
- The importance of risk to culture, reputation and leadership.
This intensive and engaging programme uses case studies, analytical tools and video. The following provides an overview of the course content.
Differences between uncertainty, risk, threat and opportunity.
- Risk = opportunity and threat
- Emerging risks
The value of risk management.
- Values and principles.
- Benefits of risk-based approaches to managing threats and opportunities.
- Consequences of ineffectively managing risks.
- Importance of going beyond compliance.
The external and internal context and its impact on organisational challenges.
Implementing the risk management process.
- Interested parties/stakeholders.
- Risk assessment (identification, analysis and evaluation).
- Tools and techniques.
- Interpreting statistics.
- Psychology of risk.
- Risks in projects.
- Risk treatment/control.
- Recording and reporting.
The relationship between risk management and strategy development, operations and governance.
- Organisational governance.
- Risk policy.
- Risk appetite.
- The role of audit.
- Risk and culture.
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
Benefits of attending
By attending this course, you will benefit from:
A confidential and relaxed forum to discuss and debate the challenges you face.
A clear understanding of how OHS is part if risk management.
New tools and techniques to help improve your performance and decision-making.
Understanding how to coach and influence others in a business and risk context.
Networking and learning from others' experiences.
Receiving a risk policy, risk register template and a comprehensive course handbook.
For non-IIRSM members, you will also benefit from a disount on IIRSM membership.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Who should attend?
You should attend this course if you:
Work in risk management, health and safety and other risk-related roles.
Are responsible for managing risk in your area.
Are responsible for implementing organisational standards, for example, ISO 45001, ISO 9001 and ISO 3100.
Run a small or medium sized organisation and have many roles to juggle.
"The managing risk course is a great starting point for those new to risk management. The course content is highly relevant and practicable allowing you to have immediate takeways back to work."
Cliff Jones, Head of Compliance and Behavioural Change, Power, Transmission & Distribution, Balfour Beatty.
"The managing risk course is at the right level to enable delegates to bridge the gap between Occupational Safety and Health and a broad, integrated view of risk. It is particularly effective in using real examples and scenarios. I highly recommend it."
David Tucker, Health, Safety and Security Manager, Landsec
"A great introduction to the wider world of risk."
Alison Hodgetts, Health and Safety Risk Manager, ITV