Emcare’s core focus is to provide high quality training services.
We support a network of Alumni and industry leading OHS Practitioners, by recommending their services to customers depending on their location and specific requirements.
These OHS Practitioners assist small, medium and large corporate companies to identify potential Fire, Theft, Health & Safety exposures that could lead to damage or injury.
The purpose of completing a risk identification exercise is to identify, discuss and document the risks facing the institution. Management almost always knows the risks that the institution is exposed to, but they do not always formally record such risks. This necessitated the development of risk identification guidelines to ensure that institutions manage risk effectively and efficiently. The objective of risk identification is to generate a comprehensive list of risks based on those events and circumstances that might enhance, prevent, degrade or delay the achievement of the objectives. This list of risks is then used to guide the analysis, evaluation, treatment and monitoring of key risks. Comprehensive identification and recording is critical because a risk that is not identified at this stage may be excluded from further analysis. The process should include all risks, whether or not they are under the control of the Institution. Relevant risk management, health & safety documentation should always be available.
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