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8 Items to Include in Incident Reports

What happens when an incident occurs in your organization? Will all the relevant details be recorded, ensuring that you will have this information on hand when it’s needed in the future?

Whether reporting an employee or customer injury, a defective product, property damage, or any other type of incident, it is extremely important for an organization to be able to easily and efficiently create reports. We've discussed the benefits, but what should actually be included in these incident reports?

4 Reasons Why Every Business Should Draft Incident Reports

When something goes wrong in your organization, do you have a method to keep track of it? Will all the relevant details be recorded, ensuring that you are protected from legal liability?

Whether reporting an employee or customer injury, a defective product, property damage, or any other type of incident, it is extremely important for a business to be able to easily and efficiently create incident reports. For best results, draft a template and use it consistently so that all incidents will have the same level of data and detail.

Why It's Imperative to Have a Whistle Blowing Policy

 
With the current globalization of our news media climate aligned with the increased focus on corporations, the frequency of publicized whistle blowing is on the rise. Currently, if you do not have a whistle blowing policy in effect it is in your best interest to employ one immediately.
 
Whistle blowing policies have always been looked on with a rather ambivalent eye, but in recent years it has become imperative for corporations large and small, for profit and non-profit alike to institute them. 

Risk Assessment Example: What You Should Look For

 
A risk assessment example  is an essential step you must consider when devising protection and security policies for your business as well as your workers. The risk assessment example might also cover the to-do list to stay in compliance with laws and legislation.
 
The need for the risk assessment example is simple enough. It helps you prioritize the risks that really pertain to your business, in other words, the vulnerabilities that can cause real harm to the continuity and success of your business

Risk Tools for Your Operational Risk Management

For years now, operational risk managers have relied on their experience and understanding of a subject matter as the perfect risk tools but the fast-paced, cutthroat world of today demands more. You need adequate risk tools integrated at all levels within an operation.
 
This article covers why you need risk tools, the point of having an operational risk management strategy and the known risk tools guaranteed to help you through the optimum course of action in any situation.

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