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The ISO 31000 Risk Management Guideline is the first international risk management standard offering a new global and universally accepted standard. The ISO 3100 Standard (adopted in 2011 as ANSI/ASSE Z-690) is intended to replace the many differing standards, which stretch across industries, regions, and subjects. It gives users an understanding of how to develop, implement, and maintain effective risk management within their organization, and provides further recommendations for the framework, process, and implementation of risk management gained from experience and good practice.
All organizations will benefit by utilizing the ISO 31000 Standard at some level. This workshop targets executives, general managers, SH&E managers/professionals, risk managers, loss control staff, operating staff, and supervisory personnel.
- Learning the basics tenants of the ISO 31000 / ANSI Z-690 Standard;
- Understanding how organizations can best use the risk management framework;
- Discussing how the roles of the managers and safety professionals in applying known problem solving and job safety analysis skills can be used in the risk management process;
- Introducing key risk assessment tools that the ISO 31010 supplement provides and practice using some of them;
- Gaining knowledge of how to use the risk management process to help gain better corporate governance and corporate social responsibility outcomes.
The ISO 31000 Standard is designed to meet the needs of the 21st century organization in meeting its corporate and social obligations while increasing its overall effectiveness as well as reducing liabilities and oversights. There are “pure risks” and “opportunity risks” that need attention in the global marketplace today. Participants will learn the importance of addressing not only the negative consequences of risks that can impinge on operations and processes, but also those opportunities taken or not taken that can pose tremendous impact on an organization. During hands-on workshops participants will learn to use some of the key risk assessment tools provided as part of the Risk Management Guidelines (ISO 31010). By utilizing the risk assessment methods, participants will have the opportunity to gain a minimum level of competence in using some of the key analysis tools that come with the standards.