Anybody responsible for, or participating in, an activity should have a conscious relation to both what risk factors this activity is exposed to and what risk factors the activity itself is creating towards its surroundings. There will be no objective aiming for “no risk exposure” , but to be conscious when examining the goals of an activity evaluated against the risk factors attached to it. To put this thought process into action this course will describe, systemize and discuss a Risk Management process.

Course content

  • Definition phase
  • Risk identification
  • Risk evaluation
  • Risk control
  • Risk funding
  • Leadership and decision-making
  • Problem-solving
  • Crisis management prosess


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