“An integrated approach to workplace mental health seeks to simultaneously prevent work-related harm, to promote the positive aspects of work, and to manage mental illness as it manifests in the workplace.”
We all have policies and procedures, right? Periodic targets, motivational signs in the tea-room, managers for this and that, and performance reviews... and maybe you are right now looking into new performance metrics to understand your business better. Well, what if there are easier and less risky ways of encouraging employees to do their best for... Continue Reading →
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Use a Risk Register as a formal, central record of your risk management progress. Include reference numbers so you can look up more detail in your Risk Schedules, because for ease of use, the Register should contain only summary information. This Template Risk Register was adapted from the indicative examples 10.1 and 10.2 in HB 436 Risk Management Guidelines, Companion... Continue Reading →
Before you can make a judgement about the probability of a risk event, or the impact it could have, you need to understand the features of the risk event - how it could arise, what the consequence(s) could be, what the options might be for keeping the risk exposure within your tolerable loss range, and... Continue Reading →