Risk Management

Risk managers must engage all levels of an organisation and make everyone a risk champion.

 BML Virtual Consultants makes this possible.

Assessment’ is the purposeful gathering and analysis of available information. In the context of child protection and Vulnerable people, assessment should underpin professional judgements to inform and determine the level and type of intervention with vulnerable children and young people who may have been harmed or are at risk of harm.

As social care Professionals we are required to:

Establish the goals (purpose) and objectives (target) – clarify objectives and areas where risks may occur;

Identify risks – including how they may happen;

Consider any cultural factors including language and religion;

Analyse risks – determine likelihood and magnitude of consequences;

Evaluate risks (e.g. low, medium, high) – which risks are acceptable, make a comparative assessment of all the benefits you anticipate from the behaviour or action as well as all the implications/costs and consider what the potential impact are resulting from it;

Implement strategies to minimise and prevent risk – “SMART” actions to be taken and who is responsible;

Review and revise risks and preventative measures – detect and manage new risks – e.g. An incident or change of circumstances. Remember, risks change as circumstances change and  should be reviewed on a regular basis.

We can assist you to ensure that all the above are met and ensure your risk assessments reflect as such.

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