Risk Management In ISO 14001:2015 EMS

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BENEFITS

The objectives of the course are to equip participants with

  • Able to explain in simple term what risk is
  • Able to carry out risk identification
  • Able to do basic risk analysis and assessment, aspect, impact and significant aspect
  • Able to look for opportunities in risk
  • Able to outline risk mitigation, control and improvement action
  • Risk management is understood

INTRODUCTION

This course is to prepare participants be familiar with concepts and understanding on Risk, Risk Identification, Risk analysis and assessment, Risk and Opportunities, Risk mitigation, Control and Improvement action within the context of ISO14001:2015. Risk management has now become an explicit requirement. Participants shall be exposed to doing the risk and eventually produce a complete risk table taking into consideration of the external and internal issues, the needs and expectations of interested parties and the processes of the organization.

AUDIENCE

This program is suitable for the company’s internal auditors to be familiar with auditing the quality management system ISO 14001:2015 which has risk management requirements

METHODOLOGY

Short lectures, workshop discussion. In fact this training shall be filled up with lots of workshop and exercises

INTRODUCTION
  • Course Objectives
  • Course Coverage
  • Introduction to the Requirement of Risk Management in ISO 14001:2015
TERMS AND DEFINITIONS PERTAINING TO RISK
  • Revisit: ISO 14001:2015 (to Relate with Risk Management)
  • The Model (HLS)
  • Requirement 4 to 10
RISK-BASED THINKING IN ISO14001:2015
  • Understanding the External and Internal Issues
  • Understanding the Needs and Expectations of Interested Parties
  • Identifying the Processes within the Scope of the EMS
IDENTIFYING RISKS
  • Creating the Risk Table
RISK ANALYSIS AND ASSESSMENT (DETAILED APPROACH)
  • Creating the Risk Matrix
  • Risk Ranking
  • Making Decision and Course of Action
RISK AND FINDING OPPORTUNITIES
  • Risk Mitigation, Control and Improvement Actions
  • Aspect, Impact and Significant Aspect
  • Criteria for Determining Significant Aspect
  • The Risk Register
  • Compliance Obligations
  • ENVIRONMENT Objectives and Program
RISK ASSESSMENT USING A SIMPLE APPROACH PRODUCING THE
  • Risk Table
  • Comparison between the Detailed Approach and the straight forward Approach
  • Evidence-Based Decision Making
COMMUNICATING THE RISK TABLE
  • Assigning Roles, Responsibility and Authority
  • Internal Audit Consideration
  • Management Review Consideration
  • Changes and Updating the Risk Register

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