Keeping your organisation compliant has always been complex, time-consuming and costly… until now!
How does your company rank when it comes to digital organisation and do they understand the benefits of digital automation? Have you completed an audit on the various and often disparate software packages you currently use to operate your Risk
Risk management can be defined as a process utilised to identify, evaluate, and prioritise risk (defined in ISO 31000 as the effect of uncertainty on objectives); it is a coordinated and economical use of resources to minimise, monitor, and control
A risk management plan is a written document that details foreseeable risks and responses to those risks in order to be understood and managed proactively.
The purpose of a risk assessment is to look at your workplace or surroundings to identify situations, things and processes that may cause harm, in particular to people.
There are numerous risk assessment examples like fire risk assessment, HSE risk assessment, COVID 19 risk assessment and many more.
The risk management process is an ongoing process or framework of first identifying risks, treating, and then managing risks. There are five basic steps that are taken to manage risk; also referred to as the risk management process.