Risk Assessment & Management Risk Evaluation

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1/101 14 - 18 Apr New York 3950 USD Register Now

Why Attend This Training Course?

Risk assessment and management is essential for the success of any business. However, many companies do not always take the necessary precautions, which leads to disaster. Successfully managing risks will prevent mistakes, which leads to a safer work environment, happier employees, and increased productivity. Following a few basic steps will place your organization on the path to success.

What Is The Training Course Methodology?

This training course methodology depends on enabling participants to interact and exchange experiences, explore their competencies and achieve their career aspirations, using forward-thinking training arts, such as theoretical lectures and/or open discussion to exchange opinions and experiences, scenarios, innovative thinking brainstorming. Participants will receive an agenda including training material as a reference, in addition to some extra notes and booklets. 

Who Should Attend This Training Course?

This training course is designed for:
  • Managers and head of departments and officials and heads of crisis and risk team
  • Members of the crisis and risk management team
  • All employees involved in the process of risk management in various departments and divisions and in companies, institutions and ministries

What Is The Training Course Objectives?

  • Identify hazards and risks
  • Update control measures
  • Grasp the fundamentals of accident reports
  • Identify risk management techniques
  • Outline a disaster recovery plan
  • Communicate to the organization
  • Understand modern foundations of risk assessment in the workplace
  • Know the means to control risks and the scientific foundations

What Is The Training Course Curriculum?

Introducing the Types of Risk: A General Overview
  • International definition of risk
  • Risk and response history
  • Identifying hazards and risks
    • What is a hazard?
    • What is a risk?
    • Consult with employees
    • Likelihood scale
    • Types of risks
  • The difference between risk management and risk control
 Hazard Identification And Risk Management
  • Internal and external factors affecting the dangers
  • Risk screening
  • Preliminary analysis of risk
  • Seeking out problems before they happen (i)
  • Unique to your business
  • Walk around
  • Long term and short term
  • Common issues
  • Seeking out problems before they happen (ii)
    • Ask “what would happen if … ?”
    • External events
    • Worst case scenarios
    • Consequence scale
  • Description of danger and risk assessment
  • Methods of risk analysis techniques
  • Risk assessment methods
  • Prepare reports and risk communication
  • External reporting
  • Case study (I)
Risk Mitigation Approaches
  • Monitor and review the operations of risk management
  • Structure and organization of risk management
  • Risk Management Policy
  • Role of the Board of Directors and the role of business units
  • Role of the risk management functions
  • Role of the internal auditors
  • Risk transfer
  • Case study (II)
Classification of Dangerous Operations
  • Risk analysis and control to control
  • SWOT analysis: strength, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats
  • Events and fault tree
  • Tracking and updating control measures
    • What is a control measure?
    • Your business procedures
    • Are they adoptive?
  • Risk management techniques
    • Reduce the risk
    • Transfer the risk
    • Avoid the risk
    • Accept the risk
  • Causes analysis of system failure
  • Incidents affecting stability
  • Risk management tools e-government projects
  • PESTEL system: analysis of the political, economic, social, technical, legal factors and environment (ISO 31000)
  • Case study (III)
Business Impact Analysis
  • Gather information
  • Identify vulnerabilities
  • Analyze information
  • Implement recommendations
  • Disaster recovery plan
    • Make it before you need it
    • Test, update, and repeat
    • Hot, warm, and cold sites
    • Keep documentation simple and clear
  • Summary of risk management
  • What are the hazards?
  • Who might be harmed?
  • Are current measures sufficient?
  • Open-ended discussion

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