Risk & Safety Management

Risk Management:

ISO 31000 Guidelines for Risk Management defines Risk Management as:

Coordinated activities to direct and control an Organisation with regard to risk.

Book Published:

Risk Management Simplified: A Definitive Guide for Workplace and Process Risk Management.

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

What is a Balanced Score Card (BSC) for Safety?

What is a Balanced Score Card (BSC) for Safety?

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.

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Why is ISO 31000 a good choice for risk management?

Why is ISO 31000 a good choice for risk management?

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.

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