This course is designed primarily to meet the needs of personnel currently involved in, or wishing to be involved in, the risk management industry. In addition, the course is designed to have considerable application for personnel in a wide range of technologically based industries including rail, shipping, heavy industry, the chemical industry and energy production.
Australian organisations increasingly face the challenge to provide more effective management of various financial and societal resources. All organisations need to know how to make good decisions in order to achieve goals and reduce those losses that arise from unexpected incidents, poor maintenance, accidents or illness within the workforce. Also, legislation requirements for safety and occupational health impose important demands to ensure the overall well being of people.
Risk management involves processes and techniques aimed at the cost-effective loss prevention concerning an organisation's assets and resources. The course covers areas of health, safety, plant, property, financial control and maintenance.
This course is not available to on-shore international students.