Learn ISO Risk Management, and how to leverage ISO 31000 and ISO 31010 to facilitate OH&S hazard analysis and risk assessments
A successful occupational health and safety risk management initiative can affect the likelihood and consequences of OH&S risks materializing, as well as deliver benefits related to better informed strategic decisions, successful delivery of change and increased operational efficiency. Other benefits include reduced cost of capital, more accurate financial reporting, competitive advantage, improved perception of the organization, better marketplace presence and, in the case of public service organizations, enhanced political and community support.
Since occupational health and safety has a primary purpose of identifying and treating risk, it is essential that your organization establish a consistent methodology for assessing and managing risk. This 2-day risk assessment workshop session provides thorough coverage of the ISO 31000 and 31010 standards, as well as setting out advice on the implementations of an ISO risk assessments. The purpose of the training is to:
- Provide an introduction to Enterprise Risk Management concepts and an overview of integrating ISO 45001 OHS hazard analysis and risk assessments into ISO 31000 Enterprise Risk Management;
- Provide a practical understanding of risk criteria, and how they are properly applied in risk assessments; and
- Give practical guidance leveraging ISO 31010 and ISO 27005 to establish a formalized risk assessment and risk treatment methodology for OHS hazard management;
- Leverage ISO best practices to properly identify, analyze, and evaluate risk
- Leverage ISO best practices to mitigate ant treat risk to align to the organization's pre-determined risk tolerance thresholds (risk acceptance criteria)
- Establish risk monitoring, communication, and reporting
Please see the "Training Agenda" tab on this page for complete course content details.
|* ISO Standards are NOT included in this risk management training, nor provided in class. Students are encouraged to bring their own hard-copies of the standards to the class. ISO standards are available for purchase at www.iso.org.|