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Alex Sidorenko will develop a risk management framework document for your organization based on the ISO31000:2018 and COSO:ERM 2017 principles. Risk management framework that clearly states the organization’s objectives and commitment to risk management. The framework will be specifically tailored to your industry and organizational strategic objectives. As part of the framework, Alex will develop risk criteria, risk management process and necessary templates.
Time to complete: 2-3 weeks. This is a risk management 1 product.
Alex Sidorenko will develop a risk management policy for your organization based on the ISO31000:2018 and COSO:ERM 2017 principles. Risk management policy that clearly states the organization’s objectives and commitment to risk management. The policy will be specifically tailored to your industry and organizational strategic objectives.
Time to complete: 1-2 weeks. This is a risk management 1 product.