Risk & Safety Management
ISO 31000 Guidelines for Risk Management defines Risk Management as:
Coordinated activities to direct and control an Organisation with regard to risk.
Based on ISO 31000 (Risk Management Guideline), this book provides a “layperson’s” guide on the Risk Management Framework.
In this book, the focus is on Workplace and Process Risks Management and the intended audiences are risk and safety management practitioners, trainers, managers, leaders in Organisations and anyone interested in successfully managing risks.
Risk Management Articles
In this article I want to share with you some brief (and I really do mean brief) details on what is risk and the risk equation.
Let’s keep it simple.
Knowing the size of your Organisation can help you take a balanced and pragmatic approach for risk management. But how do you determine the size of your organisation?
Have you heard of “impact investments”? Risk assessments play a key role in impact investing, but how?
PESTLE: 6 External Risks That Every Organisation Must Review. What are they and why should you even bother to review them?
How to determine the costs and benefits of risk, safety and health improvement initiatives within your organisation.
In this Blog, Javi shares with us some personal experience on how to determine costs and benefits of Risk, Safety and Health Improvement Initiatives within your Organisation.
Nearly every Organisation would own up and say ““we do risk management”.
But what is Risk Management?
When it’s time for a safety and risk performance review within your organisation, take into consideration the following 10 aspects for starters.
Want to successfully communicate and manage your Organisation’s risks?
Heat Maps are great for this purpose, but what are they?
Ignore Management of Change (MoC) and Management of Organisational Change (MoOC) at your Organisation’s peril.
But, what is MoC and MoOC?
Environmental Social Governance (ESG) is an important feature and consideration for socially conscious investors, but what is it and should you be doing something about it?
In 2019, I had 2 requests for suggestions on how to carry out a risk assessment for wind turbines. After a few emails back and forth this developed into somewhat of a “tome”.
And then it struck me….why not share what I suggested as an article…voila!
In this article I want to share with you my Golden Rule when it comes to doing risk assessments. I suspect it’s one that many folks use and nothing new.
Created in 1992 by Robert Kaplan and David Norton, the balanced scorecard (BSC) was initially aimed at helping public agencies better manage and measure performance.
More recently, BSC has been used for an integrated approach to performance measurement and management.
A while back I discovered Google Trends (GT) and it’s a really neat way to check what’s trending in the cyber-world based on topics or searched items.
Use GT to understand and explore your audience reach. This will support your development of meaningful business development and marketing plans.
Have you been in a meeting where colleagues are misusing words like Safety, Hazard and Risk?
This is not uncommon and it’s easy to understand why there is confusion.
Making an important subject like risk management unintelligible is not helpful nor effective in getting the desired end results (i.e., to effectively manage risks).
To achieve simplification, I dug into my experiences and dovetailed around the ISO 31000 guidelines.
Wish you could check your written work?
This was the challenge I faced when I was writing my book. I wanted to check if the text actually made any sense to anyone apart from me.
Your Safety Strategy is an important statement….why and how do you develop a successful Safety Strategy?
If you want to successfully manage training and learning within your Organisation, it’s important to carry out a training review.
The thought of “missing ingredients” for Management System Ingredients might sound like I have found a magic recipe. It’s actually an obvious thing, but often overlooked….but, what is it?
Training for future proofing really does help and adds value to the Organisation. But how do you go about developing the requirements.
Having meaningful KPI allows you to adjust your plan or mission to achieve set goals and targets. Here are some useful tips.
It’s a good idea to have both Leading and Lagging indicators. But, why lead or lag?