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Understanding and Identifying Risk Management

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http://EmployeeWatch.Wordpress.com is brought to you by Employee Watch, LLC. Employee Watch Brings Employers Tools To Reduce Risk When It Comes To Dealing With The Costly and Sometimes Very Disruptive Employee Behaviors i.e.; Sexual Harassment, Drug Use, Violence, Theft, Vandalism, Discrimination. Employee Watch is "The Neighborhood Watch Program for Employee Communities".
Uploaded by cfsenterprises on 01/13/2012
Digital publication details: 2 pages.

OPTALERT Fatigue Management System (General Brochure)

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The multi-award winning OPTALERT fatigue management system empowers people and the companies they work for with independent scientifically validated technology to monitor, measure and manage fatigue in the workplace – increasing productivity, mitigating risk and saving lives. The OPTALERT Alertness Monitoring System is the only real time safety system in the world that detects the early onset of drowsiness during a journey by accurately measuring a person’s level of alertness. When combined with the OPTALERT Fatigue Risk Profiler, the benefits multiply and extend beyond the individual driver by making visible via the internet the alertness level of an entire driving workforce to a central control room located anywhere in the world.
Uploaded by optalert on 04/08/2011
Digital publication details: 16 pages.

Project Risk Management - How to Reduce Employee Theft

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http://EmployeeWatch.Wordpress.com is brought to you by Employee Watch, LLC. Employee Watch Brings Employers Tools To Reduce Risk When It Comes To Dealing With The Costly and Sometimes Very Disruptive Employee Behaviors i.e.; Sexual Harassment, Drug Use, Violence, Theft, Vandalism, Discrimination. Employee Watch is "The Neighborhood Watch Program for Employee Communities".
Uploaded by cfsenterprises on 01/13/2012
Digital publication details: 2 pages.

Resourceful Revenue Recovery when experiencing Enterprise brand and IP risk

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Today’s emphasis on globalization and outsourcing offers many cost reduction benefits to enterprises that manufacture or use electronic components. But this business is not just a bed of roses – there is a significant proliferation of counterfeits and sales through unauthorized channels.
Uploaded by newmomentum on 07/25/2010
Digital publication details: 4 pages.

Reporting and managing risk

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This report summarises case studies on risk management practices at four major organisations: Tesco, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), Birmingham City Council and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). The authors of each report interviewed key staff to gain a sense of how risk management was working at their organisations, as well as incorporating material from annual reports, other publicly available statements and internal risk management documents.
Uploaded by cimaglobal on 07/28/2010
Digital publication details: 14 pages.

Enterprise risk oversight: a global analysis

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The recent global economic crisis has caused all boards of directors and senior executives of organisations to re-evaluate their approaches to risk oversight. Some of the well publicised failures have led many to question how excessive risk-taking went unrecognised by key participants in the corporate governance process. To gain a sense of the state of enterprise risk oversight around the globe, the AICPA and CIMA recently conducted surveys of organisational leaders to examine many factors describing the current maturity of enterprise risk management in organisations around the globe. This report provides a brief overview of key findings observed in each of these surveys and highlights unique similarities in and differences between US and global organisations.
Uploaded by cimaglobal on 09/01/2010
Digital publication details: 12 pages.

Luxury Goods: Genuine or Fake?

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The counterfeit and gray market luxury goods trade is so big that experts estimate it to be anywhere from $200-$600 billion globally. That’s a wide range – and rightly so.
Uploaded by newmomentum on 08/01/2010
Digital publication details: 5 pages.

Four Ways to Stop Counterfeited Pharmaceuticals

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New Momentum strongly believes that all members of the pharmaceutical ecosystem – manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, pharmacies, and solutions providers -- must work together to alleviate and eventually eliminate this threat to patient safety and wellness.
Uploaded by newmomentum on 07/25/2010
Digital publication details: 8 pages.

Impact of counterfeits on electronics companies

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Outsourcing and globalization have numerous benefits, but there is a downside—the proliferation of counterfeits and sales through unauthorized channels. This paper demonstrates the impact of counterfeits on electronics companies and gives solutions for finding the violators as well as a four-step roadmap for recovering revenue lost to counterfeits.
Uploaded by newmomentum on 07/25/2010
Digital publication details: 15 pages.

URMIA White Paper: Measuring the Total Cost of Risk

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The purpose of this white paper, published in November 2008, is to help a risk manager build a simple foundation of knowledge about his or her university's total cost of risk (TCOR). The concepts and techniques presented here are intended to be broadly applicable, regardless of the size and segment an institution occupies within the realm of higher education. The cost of risk for an organization should be compared against both the benefits of the organization’s activities and the overall costs of running the entire organization. Cost of risk includes not only insurance premiums but also the cost of uninsured losses and administrative costs of risk management, such as salaries and overhead costs. Careful calculation of the cost of risk allows the institution to compare its own cost of risk data from year to year and assess the progress and success of its risk management program.
Uploaded by urmia on 10/31/2008
Digital publication details: 37 pages.
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