Traditionally high-level risk management has focused on enterprise risk, recently many organisations are now focusing on high-consequence, low-frequency safety events, otherwise known as critical risk management. Implementing critical risk management can seem a daunting proposition.
During this webinar, Mark Alston, from Investigations Differently will take you through a structured approach that organisations, albeit with a bit of hard work can implement easily. It will cover:
- Establishing a framework
- Identifying critical risks
- Facilitating workshops
- Critical control selection
- Critical control design
- Monitoring critical risks
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About Mark Alston
Utilising his operational background, Mark assists clients to develop programs, unique to them, that drive leadership and cultural change. His focus on these solutions combines a Safety Differently approach with the principles of Human and Organisational Performance (HOP), working with frontline leadership to support employees at all levels.
Working with a diverse range of industries including BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Macmahon Holdings, CQMS Razer, and Mitchell Services, Mark has extensive experience in open pit, underground mining and processing operations as well as functional areas both in Australia and overseas.
As the Principal Consultant of Immotus, Mark drives simplicity and quality in the products he delivers. He engages with clients, and their workers, to help them identify and understand their risks, then develop engaging and practical control management strategies.
In addition to his experience in the mining sector, Mark is also a former member of the Australian Federal Police, providing him with an eye for detail and with strong leadership, management, investigation and quality auditing background.
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Webinar: Smart Inspections, The Rules Engine and Critical Control Management
May 20 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm AEST
With Smart Inspections + the REng, the person conducting the inspection does not have to consider whether to escalate issues or create actions. Critical processes, actions, and notifications are preconfigured to trigger based on inspection responses. This automatic process bypasses the need for workers to make value judgments in the field.
How ‘regular’ coal face inspections can initiate critical processes and provide continuous Critical Control Verification:
- Notify people or groups
- Initiate or change workflow
- Automatically assign actions
- Automatically create records in other integrated modules
- Automatically change the status of a linked record
- Configure to record level
- Amend history log within records
- Ongoing control verification