Risk Management - Y

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Risk Management
Risk management is about preventing,
mitigating, preparing for, and responding to
potential risks and hazards.
Potential Risks
O Financial
O Legal (litigations or lawsuits)
O Medical
O Damaged equipment
O Confidentiality
Planning & Prevention
You are responsible to insure the safety of all parties
involved in the service event
O Identify potential risks and hazards to your facility
or organization, individual participants, and third
parties.
O Assess and analyze: How could someone be
harmed? How likely is it to happen? How severe
could the hazard be?
O Management: What are you currently doing to
prevent risks? What other control measures can
you put into place? (training, education, standard
of behavior, etc.)
Planning & Prevention
O Maintain and monitor: Ensure that guidelines are
followed during and after event. Re-assess as new
situations arise.
O Van Certification Course: This 1-hour course is
required to drive a 12-passenger University vehicle.
For online sign-up, go to this site:
http://risk.byu.edu/training/classroomTraining/VanCourse.php
Responding
Make the call:
Emergency (either on or off campus): call 911
O Non-emergency (on campus only): call BYU police
(801) 422-2222
O
Responding
O Prevent further injury or incident: clear
environment, halt event, etc.
O Know your point of contact:
Volunteer
Program
Director
Community
Service
Coordinator
(Brother Okawa or Becky)
Responding
O Documentation: pictures, witnesses
O Injury Form:
http://risk.byu.edu/insurance/docs/InjuryReport.pdf