Risk Assessment and Treatment concentrates on selecting appropriate risk control techniques, implementing the chosen techniques, and monitoring the results for effective control and coordination of the organizations total risk management effort. It reviews various risk treatment alternatives, including risk transfer and the benefits of accepting risk when pursuing an opportunity. It also discusses in detail many types of risk and methodologies for managing such risks, including emerging risks and business risks traditionally faced by risk management professionals.
Introduction to risk assessment and treatment
Root cause analysis; business continuity management
Physical property risk
Intellectual property and reputation risk
Legal and regulatory risk
Management liability; human resource risk
Crime and cyber risk
*Note: Participants are responsible for purchasing the textbook.
Text: Risk Management Principles and Practices. 1st Edition. Published by The Institutes. Edited by Michael W. Elliott. ISBN: 9780894636134
Text books can be purchased from the MUN bookstore http://mun.bookware3000.ca
Risk Assessment and Treatment is a course in the Canadian Risk Management (CRM) Program.
Risk Managers, Human Resource Managers, Purchasing Professionals, Safety and Loss Prevention Professionals, Environmental Managers, Insurance Underwriters, Insurance Claims Adjusters and Examiners, Insurance Buyers, Finance Professionals, Managers in the, Public Sector, Legal Professionals.
The Canadian Risk Management (CRM) Program includes learning in three areas:
Cost of each five day course is $925 + HST. Text books are extra and can be purchased from the MUN bookstore http://mun.bookware3000.ca
Courses are five days scheduled in two, 2.5 day blocks. Friday evenings from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm, Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, Sunday 9:00 am - 5:00pm. Lunch is included on Saturday and Sundays.
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Justin is the Quality Assurance and Risk Officer for the Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation (NLHC). He joined NLHC in October of 2007, he spent three years as a Housing Officer, and two years as the Corporate Assistant to the Chairman and Executive, before moving on to Quality Assurance and Risk (QAR).
Justin completed the Certified Risk Management Designation (CRM) in February 2015 at Gardiner Centre. In addition to a Bachelor of Commerce degree from Memorial University, he completed a certificate in Occupational Health and Safety at the College of the North Atlantic and holds a Masters in Employment Relations from Memorial.
Justin also serves as Vice President of the Newfoundland and Labrador Risk Insurance Management Society (NALRIMS).
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