BSBOPS504 Manage business risk
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Provide answers to all of the questions below:
- Explain the risk management process. You may answer using a labelled diagram or in words (or both) and must include:
• a definition of risk management.
• a list or illustration of the steps in a risk management process.
• a description of what each step involves.
2. Describe a current risk management standard. In your answer:
• name the standard.
• explain the purpose of the standard.
• list key elements of the standard.
3.Complete the table below to describe the types of business risk.
|Type of risk||Description||Example||Key responsibility (at least two people)|
4.Complete the table to explain three different tools and techniques that may be used to identify risk. The first row has been completed as an example for you to follow
|Brainstorming||A group discussion to produce as many ideas or solutions to problems in a pre-determined amount of time.|
5. Explain four options that a company could use to take to control risks.
6. Explain how legislation and its related regulatory requirements relate to risk management. In your answer:
• identify two different legislative and regulatory requirements that may apply to risk management.
• for each legislative requirement, explain how it relates to risk management.
• provide one example of how regulations support one of the legislation.
7.Explain the purpose of risk management policies and procedures in the workplace as they relate to risk management.
8.Complete the table below to summarize how three policies and procedures relate to risk management.
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|Record keeping policy and procedure|
|WHS policy and procedure|
Assessment Task 1: Assessor Checklist
|Did the student provide a sufficient and clear answer that addresses the suggested answer for the following?||Completed successfully?||Comments|
|Task outcome:||¨ Satisfactory||¨ Not satisfactory|