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Certificate Training Workshop: ISO 31000 Risk Management – Principles and guidelines
IMechE and HKARMS
Sponsored by: PolyTechnic University
Date, Time and Venue
Friday 14 October 2011
14:00 – 18:00 (13:30 registration)
Venue: Polytechnic University Room CD307
Risks abound in the modern world. Some are familiar and encountered daily, requiring routine management control, while others are rare or strategic in nature and must be managed by executive management and company directors or others at a governance level. This half day workshop will introduce you to the 2009 international standard, ISO 31000 Risk management – Principles and guidelines, and outline how it can be applied within and across different functions in an organisation. While the workshop will focus on the risk management process set out in the standard it will also touch on the 11 principles for effective risk management and the development of a risk management framework which are also part of the standard. Two related ISO documents (Guide73: 2009 Risk management – vocabulary and ISO 31010: 2009 Risk Management – Risk Assessment Techniques) will also be outlined.
Mr Chris Peace, Principal Consultant, Risk Management Ltd, Wellington New Zealand (also Adjunct Lecturer, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand). Mr Chris Peace is the Principal Consultant with Risk Management Ltd and a part-time lecturer in risk management and Massey University. At Massey University he is researching the links between corporate governance, risk management and general management. He is also a member of the joint standards committee, OB007, that wrote AS/NZS 4360, subsequently used as the basis for ISO 31000. He worked as the Risk Manager of the Natural Gas Corporation but has 30 years experience as a risk management consultant in New Zealand and the UK. Chris’s clients have included major corporate and public sector organisations.
Chris has an MSc in Risk Management and BSc (Hons) from Aston University in Birmingham.
1. Enrollment Method
Please register online at: http://www.imechehk.org.hk/registration/reg-riskmgn.html
Registration by email will not be entertained
Request for payment will be issued by email
2. Payment Method
Please send cheque with payee name “The Institution of Mechanical Engineers - Hong Kong Branch
IMechE Hong Kong Office
Room 1606, 16/F Dominion Centre
43-59 Queen's Road East
Remember to write down your name at the back of the cheque for verification.
All payments are non-refundable once enrolment is accepted through e-mail confirmation.
Successful registrant will be notified by email. A receipt will be issued upon request.
All registrations are administered through IMechE Hong Kong Branch.
Enrolment is first-come-first-served basis and will be confirmed upon receipt of payment. Priority will be given to members.
Certificate of Attendance will issues at the end of the course. Please show your confirmation email for registration at the session.
For further enquiries, please contact IMechE Hong Kong Branch at
Tel : 3153 4182 / 3153 4186
Fax : 2894 9885
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