Created: May 31, 2019 at 3:29 PM | Updated: July 12, 2020 | By NZ Navigator Trust
The first step is to consider the possible risks and identify them.
Creating a risk management plan is an approach that:
When identifying the risks your organisation faces it can help to think about these in broad risk categories:
Prompts are also useful when you are developing your risk plan:
You can download an editable, simple Risk Management Plan from the Supporting Documents section at the bottom of this page. The plan contains example risks - you can adapt or replace these to suit your organisation.
Once you have your plan in place regular review, at least annually, is important to keep the plan current.
See also these resources: