Wednesday 16 November
1.00pm to 4.00pm SA | 1.30pm to 4.30pm NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS | 10.30am to 1.30pm WA | 12.00pm to 3.00pm NT | 12.30pm to 3.30pm QLD
Supervisors, Team Leaders, Managers and Quality and Safety Officers
|PRESENTER:||Preventing Harm Initiative|
|LOCATION:||Online – Zoom|
This workshop will show you a step-by-step process to completing risk assessments that can defend you and your organisation’s duty of care.
Risk management is not as complicated as you may think and is a vital skill that high performing organisations teach their staff. Managing risk enables you to support clients to take risks, build their capacity and improve the quality of their lives.
Defensible Risk Management shows you how to achieve this in a legally and quality compliance safe way.
- Introduction to risk management to understand its value and inspire an interest in putting this skill into practice
- Risk management requirements of quality standards in aged, disability and health
- Practice identifying risk and anticipating what can go wrong in order to safeguard goals, safety and outcomes
- Practice risk assessment to accurately identify the cause of risks to ensure risk-reduction strategies are effective
- Options for reducing risk using the best practice team and systems-improvement approach
- How to evaluate the risk level using data and risk rating to aid good decision making
- Who to communicate with and how to monitor risk management effectiveness in improving people’s support and experience
Take away practical strategies to:
- Learn how to document a quality risk assessment to defend that reasonable care was taken to reduce risk
- Gain experience in identifying and assessing risk to improve outcomes and safety for people you support
- Discover strategies to reduce risk whilst maintaining people’s rights and supporting dignity of risk
- See a practical example of risk assessment and documentation in action to increase your confidence to do it yourself
To register online, please click the Eventbrite link below (charges apply) or download the PDF document, and email to firstname.lastname@example.org.