Risk has always had a definite role in ISO standards, but newer versions of the standards have given risk a more prominent place. Where ISO once gave preventive action a separate clause, it now incorporates risk throughout. Risk-based thinking requires companies to evaluate risk when establishing processes, controls and improvements in a Management System. Risks are embedded in business processes and assessing and dealing with the risks identified in these processes can improve your ability to deal with problems in a time-effective and less costly manner. One of the other segments of risk assessment is finding opportunity from all risks. Organizations must identify, understand, and control risks that can negatively impact their processes and if there are any opportunities while finding risks then that should be taken into consideration.
The 1-Day Risk Assessment and Control training course introduces participants to the fundamental concepts of risks, risk assessment methodologies, as well as the control of risks to minimize impact.
Through workshops, case studies, and open discussions, this course provides attendees with the knowledge to identify, analyze, and evaluate risks as well as to decide the appropriate risk treatment, including implementing the controls in place to mitigate significant risks.