Managing Risk the ISO 31000 Way

 
9780580675126: Managing Risk the ISO 31000 Way

All organizations face the challenge of managing their risks and opportunities effectively. Some risks and opportunities might be well understood and managed. Others might be less well understood, inadequately managed or simply ignored. The aim then for organizations should be to create a framework that enables the management of identified risks whilst affording a structure for dealing with unidentified risks as they emerge. Managing Risk the ISO 31000 Way sets out a practical and clear approach to achieving just that. Building upon the framework set out in the international standard for risk management, ISO 31000, and making use of extensive case studies, examples, hints and tips, this essential new book provides a step-by-step solution to effective risk management for any organization, regardless of sector or size. It also includes highlights and links that will enable those with existing formal management systems to integrate their risk management framework quickly and easily.

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David Smith and Rob Politowski are directors of iMS Risk Solutions, providers of world class integrated risk management services in a wide range of risk areas relevant to modern day business, including Health & Safety, Environment and Governance. As well as playing a leading role in the drafting of PAS 99, they have authored a wide range of guidance books on management systems standards also published by BSI. Additionally, David Smith represents the UK on a variety of international standards committees and is chair of the BSI committee on Health & Safety management systems standards.

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