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The One Crucial Component Risk Managers Need to Know

This is a guest post written by Carol Williams, founder and principal consultant of ERM Insights by Carol. Carol helps mid-sized organizations prioritize resources to focus on the biggest threats and opportunities. Grab her free ebook on how enterprise risk management is different from traditional risk management.

All successful endeavours that stand the test of time look at the big picture. History is replete with examples. If Henry Ford did not think about the big picture of mobility and production, would the iconic brand still be around today?

The same principle is true for initiatives within an organization – if you do not consider the big picture of how it will deliver value and achieve long-term goals, the effort has a higher risk of stagnation and even failure.

5 Construction and Contractor Risks

Risk managers are increasingly using software to ensure they’re mitigating the risks in their organization. This is especially true in the construction industry, as these organizations face a larger variety of risks than most others. 

Risks such as employee injuries, on-site accidents, automobile incidents, and property damage are only a few examples. A successful risk manager must be aware of all these risks and must be able to respond timely to each one.

4 Topics That Must Be Included in Employee Training

The importance of employee training is obvious; any successful risk manager knows that employee training is a direct way to prevent incidents. Whether to help improve job performance, minimize workplace incidents, or create a set of standard practices, employee training should be a top priority of any business.

However, some organizations aren’t entirely sure of what aspects should be included in employee training, and what knowledge they can reasonably expect the employee to have.

In this article, we’ll cover the major topics that should be included in employee training, and breakdown what specific knowledge any employee should know.

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