Risk Management Simplified

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For me personally, writing a book is not the hardest part. The hard part is making it reasonably simple to understand and maintain technical context

I don’t mean we have to “dumb it down” but the objective is to make it have a good readability score.

How do we ensure readability?

Check out the method I used in this article when I was authoring my “Risk Management Simplified” book

If you want to develop and test any written work (for FREE) for readability, you will find this method really helpful.

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Risk Management Simplified

In this book, risk management is focused on Workplace and Process related risks. However, the approach and techniques can be applied for risk management generally.

The intended audiences are risk and safety management practitioners, trainers, managers, leaders in Organisations and anyone interested in successfully managing risks.

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