ISO 31000: Putting the international risk standard into practice
Formerly Risk 202, this one-day workshop has been refreshed in 2012 to include updated material. This essential course for compliance and risk professionalswill explore the differences between the ISO:31000 and the AS4360 and explain how to benchmark your existing frameworks against the international standard.
Do you understand the new international standard for risk ISO:31000? Are you familiar with the changes to the standard and how to apply it?
Designed to develop your skills and understanding around the application of the International Standard for Risk ISO31000 in your organisation. Covering the practice of risk management from the Board’s perspective to the operator developing controls and populating the risk register and managing risk treatment strategies, this workshop will show you how to use the standard as a benchmark for best practice. Following on from ACI's Risk 101 course, this workshop takes a broader practical view of risk management in operation.
The workshop program covers processes, analysis and provides practical exercises in the application of enterprise risk management.
- Environmental scanning to establish the context for identifying and managing risk;
- Establishing and managing risk appetites and profiles;
- Aligning the organisation risk-taking to the Boards risk appetite;
- The risk management policy;
- Risk and strategy;
- Creating and managing the risk register;
- Rating and ranking risks and developing and executing risk management plans;
- Quantitative and qualitative tools in risk management;
- Risk based decision making;
- Establishing risk governance and a healthy risk culture;
- Conducting post incident and risk reviews;
- Evaluating the risk management system from Director to front line.
Risk management is a key skill for compliance officers. Principle 5 of the AS/NZS3806 (Australian Standard/New Zealand Standard for Compliance Frameworks) requires that compliance obligations and risks be identified.Understanding risk informs decisions you make across all 12 principles of that standard.The Australian and the prospective new international standard on risk management hold the key to effective risk management. Many managers forget that risk management is as much about opportunity as it is about mitigation.Every decision that is made in an organisation is founded in an understanding of how much risk the organisation is prepared to take. It does matter that the risk has been identified and suitable treatment strategies and controls are in place. It also matters that the organisation has the capacity to confidently take and manage risks in times of change as well as times of organisational stress.
Workshop Facilitator: Neill Buck CCP Fellow Managing Director, Neill Buck & Associates Pty Ltd
Neill is well known internationally for his work in compliance, risk management, governance, complaint handling and regulatory practice. In addition to his work in industry he has advised governments and associations on regulation for small business, the grocery market from farm gate to supermarket, transport, agriculture and fisheries, utilities, film, wine, travel agents, health care, advertising, ombudsman, chemicals and chemical safety.
Neill is well known for his work in Australian businesses on processes for: organisational reviews; reviews under enforceable undertakings; root cause analysis and incident investigation; complaints and whistleblowing.
Over the past 12 years Neill has trained a large number of directors, compliance officers, complaints handling staff and risk managers in Australia and Asia. He is a CCP Fellow; Life Member of the ACI; Fellow of the Customer Service Institute and Certified Practicing Risk Manager.
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Registration from 8.30am for an 9.00am start. Full day course to conclude at 5.00pm.
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There is no pre-reading required for this course.
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We will not refund your registration fees if you fail to attend or give seven days written notice.
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