The Risk Management Team will soon be releasing Risk Management Induction and Refresher Training via the ELMO portal. Stay tuned!
In the mean time, have a look at some of the below resources where there is plenty of information available.
|AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 Risk Management - Principles and Guidelines||This is the international standard for managing risk and is the standard upon which our Risk Management framework is based. This is available through the Universities On-line Standards portal.|
|AS/NZS HB 436:2013 Risk Management Guidelines - Companion to ISO31000||This is the handbook that is associated with the aformentioned standard. This is available through the Universities On-line Standards portal.|
|Risk Policy||The University's Risk Management Policy and is available in the Policy Library|
|Risk Register Procedure||The University's process for identification, analysis and treatment of risks and is also found in the Policy Library|
|Risk Appetite Statement||This is the University's Risk Appetite Statement. This outlines the University's appetite for risk. Risk appetite can be defined as 'the amount and type of risk that an organisation is willing to take in order to meet their strategic objectives. A range of appetites exist for different risks and these may change over time|
|Risk Management Institute of Australasia (RMIA)||The RMIA is the 'peak body' for risk management in the Oceanic region. There is a lot of useful information to be found on their website.|
|Institute of Risk Management (IRM)||IRM is the leading body for professional Enterprise Risk Management in the United Kingdom.|
|Risk Management Association Australia||The RMA is considered the premier association for risk management professionals in the Australian financial services community.|
|Australian Risk Policy Institute (ARPI)||The Australian Risk Policy Institute (ARPI) is an independent, non-political and not-for-profit association created to promote Risk Policy as part of leadership, decision -making, policy formulation and assurance.|