Risk Management Case Study

In the United Kingdom, anyone who works with children, vulnerable adults or in a government-funded job (with a few exceptions) has to declare their “rap sheet” when they apply for the job (or if it changes).  The intention is to make sure that the child or vulnerable adult is not put “at risk” by those who are employed to protect and serve them. Read more of this post

Who are masters of risk management?

At a recent meeting of managers from a number of sectors, there was a discussion about risk management and the professional bodies and qualifications.

The programme managers from the public sector were talking about OGC’s Management of Risk (M_o_R).

Educationalist spoke about the need for risk assessment in everything they do.

Engineers talked about the many options for structured identification of risks, including FMEA, ergonomics and process reviews.

There was a group of project managers debating the merits of RAMP, APM and PMI practice standards. Read more of this post