/  Integrated Management Systems and Risk Management Strategies - Developing and Implementing Best Practices
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BMC Training provides on 13 JAN 2019 Integrated Management Systems and Risk Management Strategies - Developing and Implementing Best Practices course [Management and Leadership] in Bali,Indonesia

Introduction

This unique 10-day programme has been designed to enable delegates to learn more about the latest international development and best practice in implementing and operating a structured management systems approach to manage key operating areas of businesses. They will also learn the requirements of ISO31000 enabling them to bring the benefits of effective risk management into all aspects of their organisations including planning, operations and communication.

The programme uses as its core the model offered in PAS99 – specification of common management systems requirements as a framework for integration as a structure for integration.  This model is fully consistent with the new ISO requirements and will enable delegates to prepare for the inevitable transition requirements in the near future. The delegates will also learn:

  • The principles of risk management
  • A framework for the management of risk
  • Risk assessment
  • Links to other management systems

objectives

  • Identify the common components of management systems standards
  • State the benefits of an effective integrated management system
  • Understand the business benefits of the integrated approach
  • Develop a framework for integration in their own organisation
  • Future proof their own systems in readiness for changes to ISO standards
  • Gain an understanding of what is required for managing enterprise risks
  • Application of the formal structure provided in ISO31000 to their organisation
  • An understanding of different techniques for risk assessment
  • Audit skills and techniques to determine effectiveness of risk management
  • Opportunities for improvement in the management of risk throughout the organisation

Contents

Day One

The principles and benefits of an integrated management system approach

  • Introduction
  • What is a management system
  • The benefits of managing using the systems approach
  • The process approach
  • Plan Do Check Act approach
  • Integrated management system (IMS) model
  • New ISO framework for management systems

Day Two

Key features of management system standards

  • Quality management systems review (ISO 9001)
  • Environmental management systems review (ISO 9001)
  • Health and Safety management system review (OHSAS 18001)
  • Other management systems (BCM, IT, Food Safety) review
  • Common elements
  • Unique features of the individual disciplines
  • PAS99 approach to integrated management systems

Day Three

The integrated approach

  • Integrated management system (IMS) model
  • Outline of what revised ISO 9001,ISO14001etc.will look like
  • Identification of the context for your IMS
  • Who are the interested parties and what are their expectations
  • Leadership and commitment
  • Policy development
  • Risks and opportunities
  • Support

Day Four

Measuring performance and improvement

  • Operation
  • Monitoring and measuring
  • Internal audit
  • Management review
  • Continual improvement

Day Five

Implementation strategy

  • Planning IMS implementation
  • Operating an IMS system
  • Auditing an IMS
  • Developing your plan

Day Six

Introduction to risk management and ISO 31000

  • Introduction to ISO 31000
  • Defining risk and risk terms
  • The role of risk management in organisational governance
  • Outline of ISO 31000
  • The principles of risk management

Day Seven

A framework for managing risk

  • The role of managers in leading risk management
  • Best practice in developing an effective risk management culture
  • Organisational context
  • Risk management policy
  • Integration into organisational processes

Day Eight

Organisation’s appetite for risk

  • Risk appetite
  • Risk profile
  • Risk identification
  • Risk analysis
  • Risk evaluation

Day Nine

Risk assessment in practice

  • Risk treatment and control
  • Risk assessment tools
  • Managing risk in practice
  • Monitoring and review of risk management performance
  • Improvement

Day Ten

Risk management in your organisation

  • National risk issues
  • Identifying risks in your organisation
  • Assessing risks
  • Developing an implementation strategy
  • Review of the programme



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Course Details
  • Code MNG188
  • TIME    08:00 AM - 11:15 AM
  • DATE    JAN 13 2019 - JAN 24 2019
  • Bali , Radisson Blu Hotel
  • +44 2087206971
  • Support@bmc.net

Fees Per Person

10800 GBP + VAT
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