Summary of Presentation:
The risk management standard ISO 31000 is approaching 10 years in publication and the 2018 revision has recently been released. The application of this standard has seen an increasing focus on risk management and particularly the establishment of risk assurance processes. However, risk assurance, while vital to a successful project, is not the only aspect of risk management that needs to be considered in the establishment of a successful project risk management framework. A strong focus on risk control and ensuring that risks are managed in line with key principals of the precautionary approach, and ALARP/SFARP necessitate a focus on the controls that goes beyond basic risk assurance processes.
Matthew Wylie will walk you through key aspects of a structured project orientated risk management framework that can deliver both risk assurance and risk control including the various challenges that will need to be faced in effectively applying risk management in a project context.
About the Speaker:
Matthew Wylie a principal consultant at Risk Consult has worked in risk management across a wide range of industries for over 25 years both within an operational context, within the regulator and as a consultant. This has included working on a wide range of project related risk studies including in Australia, South America, Canada, Africa and Asia.
He presently works as a consultant and is currently working on establishing risk management frameworks for 3 Perth based ASX companies who are in various stages of project development.
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