How to implement or adapt your RM program using ISO 31000?

ISO 31000 says: “The design and implementation of risk management plans and frameworks will need to take into account the varying needs of a specific organization, its particular objectives, context, structure, operations, processes, functions, projects, products, services, or assets and specific practices employed” In this session, we will learn how large companies have successfully implemented ISO 31000.

Speakers

John Fraser | Senior Vice President | Internal Audit and Chief Risk Officer | Hydro One | Canada | will talk about:

Practical methods for implementing ISO 31000

  • How Hydro One has been using many of the ISO 31000 principles since 2000.
  • A new and practical way of determining and using risk attitude.
  • How to develop and use risk criteria for all types of risks.
  • Effective risk management is a culture change initiative
John Fraser
John Fraser
John Shortreed | Adjunct Professor | University of Waterloo | Canada | will talk about:

Taking Occam’s Razor to Risk Management

  • We all manage risk everyday as part of normal human behaviour
  • How we manage risk every time we are faced with a decision
  • Managing risk must be an integral part of the processes we use for making decisions;
  • Keep the language simple and understandable;
  • Adapt risk management to suit our existing processes, not the other way around.
John Shortreed
John Shortreed
Rob Quail | Director – Enterprise Risk Management | Hydro One Networks Inc.| Canada | will talk about:

Practical methods for implementing ISO 31000

  • How Hydro One has been using many of the ISO 31000 principles since 2000
  • A new and practical way of determining and using risk attitude
  • How to develop and use risk criteria for all types of risks
  • Effective risk management is a culture change initiative
Rob QuailRob Quail