Risk Management

by Mr. Rey de Luna

22-24 August 2016 | Bali, Indonesia

 

Who needs to attend?

Managers, Supervisors, Team Leaders, Shift Leaders, and all support staff.  No matter what your department or job function, you need to be well organized and be ready to identify risks and take corrective action to rectify the situation before it becomes a problem, an emergency, or crisis regardless of location.

 

Course Summary

Organizations must have solid risk management best practices in place in order to complete tasks within specified time frames, budgets, and quality requirements. Proactive risk management allows the organization to optimize all available resources by implementing proven tools to plan for both threats and opportunities.

 

This course offers a proven method for incorporating risk management processes as integral elements of project management. The course will present different approaches to identify various risk methods to analyze and determine their impacts, risk ranking and response techniques, and approaches to monitor, control, communicate, and eliminate risks throughout the organization.

Course Objectives

  • Introduction to Risk Management Course

  • What is a Risk?

  • What is Risk Management?

  • Types of Risks

  • Difference between Hazards and Risks

  • What is a Hazard

  • Categories of Hazards

  • Safety Precedence of Hazards

  • Five Steps of Risk Assessment

  • Risk Planning

  • Risk Assessment

  • Risk Identification

  • Risk Analysis

  • Risk Control / Monitoring

  • Exercises and Case Studies

 

Benefits of Attending

  • A range of techniques to assist in planning and prioritizing Risk Management?

  • A number of techniques that will help you understand and implement a Risk Management Plan in the organization.

  • The importance of the Risk Management Awareness.

  • Greater confidence and control over your immediate work environment.

 

Program Content

Day One

  • Introduction Risk Management

  • What is a Risk?

    • Definition of Risk

  • Group Exercise – Risk Management

  • Risk Awareness

  • What is Risk Management?

    • Definition of Risk Management

  • Types of Risks

    • Cost, Schedule, Performance

  • Difference between Hazards and Risks

    • Hazards are first sign of a risk

    • Levels of risk

  • What is a Hazard

    • Definition and types of hazards

  • Appropriate problem solving exercises 

 

Day Two

  • Review Day One and Preview

    • Summarize Day One activities

    • Categories of Hazards

      • Three Categories and relationship to risks

        • Minor

        • Major

        • Major Hazard

    • Safety Precedence of Hazards

      • Recognition of hazards

      • Understand the six areas of hazards

      • Categories of hazards

    • Group Exercise / Case Study

    • Five Steps of Risk Assessment

      • Five Point Theory

      • Risk Management Process

    • Risk Planning

      • Risk Treatment Plan

      • Identify “Risk and Probability” Factor

    • Risk Assessment

      • Components of assessment

  • Appropriate problem solving exercises

 

Day Three

  • Review Day Two and Preview

    • Summarize Day Two activities

  • Risk Identification

    • Identify issues / problems

    • List could be lengthy:

      • Cost

      • Schedule

      • Resources

  • Group Exercise / Case Study

  • Risk Analysis

    • Requires detailed information of each problem

    • Using specific tools or models

  • Risk Control Factors

    • Eliminate

    • Isolate

    • Training

  • Risk Monitoring

    • Indicator System such as:

      • Cost

      • Schedule

      • Performance

  • Appropriate problem solving exercises

 

About the Trainer

Over 35 years’ of international experience delivering, Power Plant Processes, Gas Turbine (Mechanical) Systems, Aviation Electro-Mechanical Systems, Safety (EHS), Leadership and Management, ESL, Safety, Quality (TQM-Six Sigma), Crisis, Risk and Analysis Management, Soft Skills Courses, and Competency Assurance Programs / PQS Assessor and Qualifier.

 

United States Navy trained and certified Master Training Specialist (Master Trainer).  Have delivered training courses, presented seminars, and conferences to more than 6000 participants from various nationalities from:  USA, Mexico, Europe, Middle East, and invited to be the Honor Speaker at “The Great Hall of the People” Beijing China for an audience of 3500 engineers.

 

Member of various benchmark teams implementing and rolling out Aviation Systems (Joint Strike Fighter: F-35), Oil and Gas Training Solutions, Gas Turbines, Senior Leadership, Quality and Safety, Sexual Harassment, and Total Quality Management Programs.

 

With more than four years off-shore experience with the United States Navy serving aboard Navy Aircraft Carriers. Considered the most dangerous and demanding work environment.   

 

Represented Fortune 100/500 Companies such as: General Electric, Lockheed Martin, and Dale Carnegie in senior positions.

 

Investment  Fee

SG$ 1,185.00 per person

Visit

10 Anson Road # 27-15

International Plaza Singapore 079903 

Call

T: + 65 - 6524-4973

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