September 16, 2010 | Barb Carr

Pre-Summit Risk Management Course

Jim Whiting, pre-summit course presenter for the Risk Assessment and Management Best Practices RAMBP course, advises that this year’s course will focus on the widespread issue of :  How to Make Matrix Methods of Risk Analysis More Effective and Accurate.

As an important component of their H&S management systems, many organizations use 2d Risk Matrices (L*C = Likelihood*Consequence) for risk scoring to prioritize H&S issues, developing JSAs/procedures/work method statements, deciding risk control options, applying risk tolerability criteria, etc. However there is wide dissatisfaction and lack of confidence regarding the reliability and accuracy of the risk scoring results which these methods currently achieve.

As well as comprehensive principles and tools for creating and implementing an excellent Risk Management System for their organizations, participants will learn at least 6 very effective and practical ways of improving the reliability and accuracy of using risk scoring matrices for measuring all kinds of risks, not just safety.

If you want to know more about the course to help decide if you will attend, email Jim at jim(at)

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