ASSE's Risk Assessment Institute defines Risk Management as...
"A holistic business process that commences with risk assessment followed by the implementation of a plan to manage the identified risks by hazard elimination and/or the application of relevant controls. Includes ongoing monitoring and periodic review of the risks and the effectiveness of the controls framework."
Now, in this ON-DEMAND virtual event, take part in educational sessions that immerse you into real-world examples of that process - from taking an inventory of workplace hazards, to conducting risk assessments through continuous improvement. By the end of this virtual event, attendees will be able to:
- Apply effective risk assessment principles.
- Identify how to use areal-time risk management to improve safety and competitiveness.
- Recall relationships between Risk Management principles and the concepts of Prevention through Design
- Recall how Enterprise Risk Management can provide a framework for Risk and EHS managers to collaborate in controlling a broad array of risks.
- Identify key issues and challenges when implementing the International Risk Management guidelines.
- Access to six video on-demand sessions with 90 day access of ANYTIME/ANYWHERE viewing
- Slides from the sessions
- 1.0 CEUs
Virtual Event Pricing
- Member Price: $125.00
- AIHA/ACHMM Price: $135.00 (PLEASE NOTE: When registering online, you must enter the following coupon code AIHA1911 for a $10.00 discount. Register online as a "Non-Member" and enter this coupon code into the field for "Registration Discount Code".)
- List Price: $145.00
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Time: ON YOUR SCHEDULE
On-Demand Sessions Include:
Risk Assessment - The Missing Link for EHS Professionals
Description: This session will examine the UK/EU approach to risk assessment, which is a legal requirement, unlike in the USA. The session will highlight risk assessment procedures and practices, and will demonstrate a quantitative methodology for risk assessment linked to control actions and timescales.
Effective Risk Assessment in TA, JHA, WMS, Take 5 and Incident Investigation
Description: This session describes how more effective risk assessments can be applied to day-to-day safety management processes to ultimately ensure that they achieve more reliable, consistent results. Risk estimations using semi-quantitative L*C matrix methods can be made more rigorous. An investigation of an actual fatal incident will illustrate the successful links between decision-making and risk assessments.
Improving Manufacturing Safety and Performance Using Integrated Risk Management
Description: The common belief that productivity is the key to improving manufacturing business performance is oversimplified. Improving safety and profitability requires SH&E professionals to take a more strategic approach to managing risk. Learn how to use automation, real-time risk management, proactive safety programs and metrics to improve safety and competitiveness.
Integrating Risk Management and Prevention through Design (PtD) Standards
Description: Relationships between Risk Management principles and PtD will be presented. PtD principles are combined with risk assessment tools to be integrated with ANSI/ASSE Z690.2011. PtD principles/tools should be an integral part of management, practices and the business process of the organization. SH&E professionals could play a significant role in ANSI/ASSE Z690.2-2011 implementation.
Risk Managers are from Mars, EHS Professionals are from Venus
Description: For EHS professionals to play an integral role in supporting their organization's mission, they must demonstrate value beyond compliance efforts. Learn how Enterprise Risk Management can provide a framework for risk and EHS managers to collaborate in controlling a broad array of risks in support of an organization's mission.
Risk Management Forum - An Introduction to the Risk Management Implementation Guidelines
Description: This session addresses the issues and opportunities in using the International Risk Management guidelines. A discussion with an expert panel will provide attendees ample opportunity for questions and answers.
Panelists: Dorothy Gjerdrum, Arthur J. Gallagher Brokers & Risk Management Services, Inc., Saint Paul, MN and Francis P. Sehn, CSP, ARM, Willis of North America, Pittsburgh, PA