Join Alex Sidorenko, Vice-president Institute for Strategic Risk Analysis in Decision Making and Director, RISK-ACADEMY to talk about building strong risk culture. This will be a live 1-day seminar in Malta. Topics to be covered: Risk psychology and risk perception – what does 70 years of scientific research means for risk managers, the decision makers… Continue reading 4 September 2018 – Risk culture seminar in Malta
I feel risk management is on a verge of something interesting, something very exciting at the moment. For a long time, I naively thought that by doing good risk management all the key stakeholders would be satisfied, but the reality is, different stakeholders want completely different things. There is risk management 1 – risk management for… Continue reading RM1 vs RM2 – which side will you choose?
Join Alex Sidorenko, Vice-president Institute for Strategic Risk Analysis in Decision Making and Director, RISK-ACADEMY to talk about Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and latest developments in operational risk management. DATE: 30th APRIL 2018 TIME: 9am to 5pm (lunch and coffee included) LOCATION: MITC, Mriehel Topics to be covered: Decision quality and how humans make decisions… Continue reading Seminar in Malta: ERM and operational risk management
I am running a risk manager seminar in Malta this month. Session 1: Integrating Risk Management into Strategic Planning – 26th January 2018. For bookings and information please send Malta International Training Centre on firstname.lastname@example.org
If there is one thing I learned in my previous role as a Head of Risk of multibillion-dollar PE/VC investment fund, risk management is not about managing risks. It’s about helping management make strategic, operational and investment decisions with the risks in mind. It sounds simple enough, but it’s anything but. Integrating risk management into core… Continue reading Join me for risk management training in Malta in September
Amazing opportunity to study most advanced safety or environmental incident investigation techniques (ICAM – Incident Cause Analysis Method) in Malta. Spend 2 days in a very special location in Sliema, Malta. The training will be conducted in a historic Victoria hotel.
Training is delivered by Australian Risk Services in conjunction with WAM Training RTO 22054.
Staff will be trained in BSBWHS505 – Investigate WHS Incidents and RIIWHS301D Conduct safety and health investigation. These units describe the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to plan, conduct and report on investigations of incidents that have resulted in, or have the potential to result in, injury, damage or commercial losses of any kind. Call us about TLIF5017 – Investigate rail safety incidents training.
By the end of the course participants will be able to:
- Describe the legal requirements applicable to accid