Risk Management

Risk management involves coordinated activities that direct and steer an organization, striving to achieve its objectives.
Risk management is an integral part of managerial tasks because it requires coordinated work to mitigate the effects of uncertainty about those objectives.
That is why, in order to be effective, it is important that risk management be fully integrated to the organization's management system and its processes.
In the ISO 31000 standard, the term "risk management" refers, in general, to the architecture that organizations use (principles, organizational framework and processes) to effectively manage risks, while "managing risks "refers to the application of this architecture to specific decisions, activities and risks.
(Source: Risk management - Guidelines for the implementation of the ISO 31000)
CNPP provides training courses in the operational management of risks and crises
CNPP consultants can also provide support for your organizational and risk management assignments.

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