SRF703 - Risk Management
|Year||2016 unit information|
Not offered as of 2015
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Risk management is about identifying risk, assessing its impact on your business, and making the right financial decisions about how to deal with the results of your assessment. It also includes the implementation of a program to continually measure and assess the effectiveness of existing safeguards in protecting your critical assets. Managing risk is not a one-time activity; it is an ongoing process.
This unit looks at the application of risk management techniques to the production and operation of built facilities in the context of providing a safe working environment for people and ensuring business continuity in the event of a critical incident. Procedures such as risk identification, analysis and response are put into the context of developing plans to ensure facility's operational continuity, disaster recovery and general mitigation of risk in the operation and production of facilities.
Two assignments (40%, 60%)
Unit Fee Information
All Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP), fee paying undergraduate and pre-2016 commencing students
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