Coronavirus is not the risk – but – it has increased the likelihood of risks that already existed in your organisation
I have been observing, particularly over the last week, a constant flow of articles on how organisations should prepare for a Coronavirus outbreak that impacts staff. There has been a lot of talk of Pandemic Plans and working remotely from home, with some organisations considering taking the drastic step of closing down entire operations. The […]
This week Paladin Risk Management Services is attending the Risk Management Institute of Australasia (RMIA) 2014 National Conference in Brisbane. We are looking forward to joining our friends in the risk management community for three days of learning, networking and fun. To celebrate we will be running an online competition where you will get the […]
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.
It is a very proud day for Paladin Risk Management as we have been named a finalist in the ACT Telstra Business Awards. We have come a long way in the last year. The Risk Management Training Academy started in 2013 offering a Diploma of Risk Management & Business Continuity and an Advanced Diploma of […]
For those of you who regularly read my blogs or watch my video posts, you will know that I have a very strong opinion when it comes to outsourcing and the (so called) transfer of risk to the Contractor (which of course is nonsense). This blog, however, is on one of the topics I am […]
Some of the topics in the next the e-book, which will come out early next year. include consequence base risk identification, consequence based risk reporting, consequence based auditing.
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 […]
Hello, in this session I want to dispel a couple of things around the safety area. What I want to do is talk about the difference between a hazard and a risk. What I am seeing at the moment is a lot of organisations struggling with the difference. So we identify a hazard and we […]
The Public Governance, Performance and Accountability Act 2013 (PGPA Act) will replace the FMA Act and the CAC Act on 1 July 2014. Included in the PGPA Act is a requirement for all entities to: Establish and maintain an appropriate system of risk oversight and management for the entity; and Establish and maintain an appropriate […]
The Risk Management Standard Strikes again – This time with the help of the Risk Management Handbook
I have previously discussed issues around the risk management definition within ISO 31000 and the fact that the definition itself has created uncertainty (for Blog click here). Well – now I have another axe to grind – well two actually. The first is the use of the term Likelihood in the Standard and the recently […]