This course teaches delegates the key aspects of effective risk and security management: hazards, threats, opportunities, vulnerabilities, capacity, security, uncertainty, probability, frequency, risk assessment and categorisation, risk-management structures and processes, recording and communicating risk, reviewing and auditing, the Deming Cycle and The Eight Steps of Security Risk Management.
Who Should Attend?
The course benefits all those involved or associated with risk and security management, from senior decision makers to first-line management.
Delegates will gain knowledge and skills to:
- Understand the risk-management cycle (The Deming Cycle)
- Calculate risk level
- Apply a risk-management method (The Eight Steps)
- Devise a risk mitigation plan
- Understand and apply the Deming Cycle to natural risks, political risks, instability, war, terrorism and insurgent threats
- Apply risk sensitivity and tolerability
- Manage personal and collective security