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Risk Category Templates


Risk templates are pre-defined lists of potential risks. Ideally, they are imported at system setup time, but may be added later as different areas of risk are included in the database.  Risk Templates are supplied to customers who have purchased an Enterprise Risk Manager™ from Incom.

At least one set of the following Risk Templates is supplied free of charge to customers who purchase a RiskEasy® system of 5-user or more, or and Enterprise Risk Manager™.

Climate Change and Carbon Risks

Over 100 climate change and carbon risks identified from various sources.  The risks relate to direct and indirect impacts of climate change on business and government agencies as a result of extreme natural hazards and tightening environmental regulation. Heavy carbon emitters and power users will be required to measure and report their carbon footprint, and to meet their obligations carbon emitters may trade permits, use sequestration, or emit less carbon by process improvement.  The risks and costs of different options will vary widely requiring each company to improve their cost-benefit analysis skills.

General Business Risks

Over 100 business risks identified from various sources (including the Turnbull Report - UK).  The risks relate to people, property, processes, reputation and the environment from both internal and external sources.  They include risks such as process failure, criminal intent, technical/systems failure, human error, human failure/neglect, employee and business performance, and natural hazards.

Information Technology Risks

Over 100 information technology risks identified by leading IT project managers and developers.  The risks relate to both systems development and operational phases from internal and external sources.  They include risks such as compliance, network security, infrastructure, 3rd party services/suppliers, systems functionality, management, financial, human resources, human error/failure/neglect, servers, backup/restore, etc.

Building and Construction Risks

The Workplace Risk Templates are designed to lower risks in the building and construction industry.  These risks relate to civil, earthworks, formwork, electrical, hazardous substances, heights, manual handling, mobile equipment,  power tools, steel fixing, welding, visitors, commissioning, dangerous goods, etc.  This is a unique offer to have a list of potential workplace risks and standards. Free with Enterprise Risk Manager™.

Health Industry and Clinical Risks

Over 100 risks identified by leading health service professionals including risks relating to compliance, policies and procedures, communication, incident management, confidentiality, consent, induction/training, medical records, quality, standards, equipment, drugs, staffing and lessons learned.

Local Government Risks

Over 80 risks encountered by local government.  The risks relate to people, property, processes, reputation and the environment from both internal and external sources.  They include risks such as compliance, security, finance, risk financing, fraud, environment, human resources, information technology, liability, property, commercial/legal, motor vehicles and management.

Financial/Banking Operational Risks

Over 100 risks identified from a report by the Risk Management Sub-group of the Basle Committee of Banking Supervision.  The risks relate to operational risks such as process failure, criminal intent, technical failure (e.g. systems failure), human error, human failure (e.g. negligence) and natural hazards.

Regional Disaster Risks

Over 25 major risks to people, property and the environment with over 50 possible controls that may be used by local government and other responsible parties to reduce those risks. The hazards include natural hazards, technological failure, criminal intent, pestilence and negligence.

Critical Infrastructure Risks

Over 50 risks identified by leading security professionals including risk types such as human error, negligence, criminal intent, technical failure, process failure as they relate to the protection of critical infrastructure.