RISK MANAGEMENT 3-PHASE IMPLEMENTATION APPROACH
PHASE 3 - Further Implementation within the PHU
Phase 3 focuses on rolling out the risk management program to all operational levels of the organization. This phase may take a number of years to fully implement.
Leadership Suggestion: Staff from each Division/Department/Program/Team/Project should form working groups to lead the activities in their areas throughout Phase 3.
The following activities will often take place during the third phase of implementing risk management.
|Orient staff to risk management, benefits to the operational level, the public health unit's policy, the risk management framework, timelines and processes.
|Identify and assign responsibility and resources to staff who will be risk management leads at operational levels, e.g., divisions, departments, programs, teams and projects.
|Implement the risk management program within the defined timelines and identify operational-level risks and mitigation strategies.
Review the progress made on mitigation strategies and reassess risks and risk scores at predetermined intervals.
Link with accreditation processes, where appropriate.
|Establish on-going staff orientation and training programs.
PHASE 1- Setting the Stage
PHASE 2 - Developing the System and Defining the PHU level risks
PHASE 3 RESOURCES - click here for a list of resources that support Phase 3.
- 3 Phases Overview PDF MS Word
- November 2015 Workshop
- February 2016 Workshop
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