South 32, a company born out of BHP in May 2015, is currently implementing a risk management framework developed by a Paladin Risk Management Services graduate. It was this framework, developed by Emma Johnson, that also saw her become the Risk Management Institute of Australasia’s Risk Student of the Year, 2015. Emma said she was […]
Welcome! In this session, what I am going to talk about and expand on, is something I have talked about before which is the effectiveness of current controls. As I said in a previous blog, the effectiveness of your current controls that you have in place in your organisation is going to determine how likely […]
Well hello, and welcome. In this blog I want to talk about something I’m often asked in courses and that is about how do we actually get accountability for risk and risk management into position job descriptions? As we are starting to see a lot more of not only responsibility of risk management, but accountability […]
Hello again, in this session I’m going to talk about business continuity management and in particular how do we actually identify whether something that we do in our organisation is a critical business activity. Now business continuity management is all about making sure that in a time of disaster or after a time of disaster […]
Risk management is for all Councils, according to Greater Geraldton Council’s Brodie Pearce, an Advanced Diploma graduate. To find out more about the Paladin Risk Management Courses visit Training & Courses for upcoming sessions near you.
Well hello, and welcome to this session. What I’ve spoken about in the past is lessons learnt and post event analysis. When an incident occurs in our organisation we ask what happened, why did it occur, could we have done anything to prevent it from happening and lastly, is there anything we can do to […]
Today I want to talk about is an area of great passion for me and that is the identification of causes for events, for risks within your organisation.