A Risk by Any Other Name Would Smell as Sweet
Trish Borzon
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Presented by: Peggy Milz, BAE Systems

Area of Focus: Basics and Session Level: Intermediate

Have you ever had difficulty understanding risk-based thinking or implementing it in your quality management system? Have you thought about the differences between preventive action, risk management, and continual improvement? In this session attendees will participate in interactive exercises with real world scenarios to demonstrate how all of us are already managing risk (personally and professionally), but maybe not calling it risk management. We will review the requirements for risk-based thinking and risk in ISO 9001:2015 and use examples from these real world scenarios to demonstrate how to meet these requirements related to risk and risk-based thinking. Attendees will learn how to leverage current processes to manage risk and deploy risk-based thinking throughout their organization. Attendees will also review proven examples and receive templates that they can utilize to manage risk in their organization.

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James Abel
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@Trish Borzon:

Presented by: Peggy Milz, BAE Systems

Area of Focus: Basics and Session Level: Intermediate drift hunters

Have you ever had difficulty understanding risk-based thinking or implementing it in your quality management system? Have you thought about the differences between preventive action, risk management, and continual improvement? In this session attendees will participate in interactive exercises with real world scenarios to demonstrate how all of us are already managing risk (personally and professionally), but maybe not calling it risk management. We will review the requirements for risk-based thinking and risk in ISO 9001:2015 and use examples from these real world scenarios to demonstrate how to meet these requirements related to risk and risk-based thinking. Attendees will learn how to leverage current processes to manage risk and deploy risk-based thinking throughout their organization. Attendees will also review proven examples and receive templates that they can utilize to manage risk in their organization.

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