Helping organizations in mapping risks
Our enterprise-level system is designed to administer all aspects of the ERM processes and is based on leading risk management framework. Our system is updated to support the latest amendments reflected in the ISO 31000 (2018) and COSO (2017). Our system fully supports creations of risk profiles using data from multiple site locations and is able to integrate strategic, hazard, operational and financial risks.
For information on customization using our ERM solution, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also offer an enterprise-wide incident/accident reporting system. Our incident reporting system works in conjuction with our ERM software solution or can be purchased as a stand alone system. The incident repoting system comes with industry specific custom modules and will have the flexibility to tailor it to your organizational context.
Our systems are used to capture safety incidents occurring in the context of Biotechnology, Pharmaceutical, Healthcare, Nuclear and Energy Distribution, Mining and Manufacturing industry. Like our ERM software solution, our incident reporting system comes with fully automated communication tool kit that will ensure management and organizational leadership to be aware of high severity/fatality incidents. It also supports root cause analysis and incident analysis to prevent a recurrence.
1. Web-based Reporting
Our incident reporting product was designed from the ground up to provide a cost effective tool that quickly identifies potential issues before they become major problems. When an incident does take place, our system provides an accurate record of events to help minimize costs and prevent future occurrences. The browser-based interface minimizes the need for user training. Context sensitive help and field-level hints are provided to guide the users through the reporting process.
2. Worker's Compensation Benefit Claims
Fill out Worker’s Compensation claims online. Automatically submit information to state and provincial authorities. Any number of claims and follow-up forms can be tracked; helping to ensure that claims are filed in an efficient manner. Print WCB forms or export data for electronic submission.
3. Workflow Process
Our incident reporting system allows safety professionals total control of the incident reporting process including what is collected, when it is collected, the workflow and extent of notification based on type of incident, severity and confidentiality.
For information on customization using our incident reporting solution, please contact us at email@example.com.
The Benefits of Templates
We offer various templates that can be customized by the risk management, quality improvement and safety professionals. Our templates are relevant to real-world business processes and are customized for various industries. They save valuable time and energy of your in hourse team and give them head start in their journey. Along with individual templates, we also provide various kits. These kits have been invaluable for our clients and were designed for rapid implementation of risk assessment and quliaty improvement processes. These templates have been refined over several years and are fully customizable. If you don't see a particular template listed here, kindly let us know and we will get back to you with more information on its availability.
ERM: Implementation Kit
This is the only kit you will need to succcesffuly implement ERM in your organization as you start your ERM journey . All contents of this kit comes in electronic format. Once the order is placed, you will receive a download link. This kit contails various key tools, templates and presentations. Some of these are listed below:
ERM Project Charter Template
ERM A3 Template
ERM Stakeholder Analysis Template
ERM Introduction Presentation
ERM Framework Template
ERM Framework Implemenation Plan
Strategic Risk Management Template
Operational Risk Management Template
Key Risk Indicator Samples
Risk Appetite Sample and Template
Risk Tolerance Sample and Quick Start Guide
Risk Control Tempalte
Risk Communication Template
Risk Matrix Tempalte
and there are many more templates included in the package to make your ERM journey a breeze.
ERM Starter Kit: CAD$ 150
Generic Strategic Risk Management Guide: A key resource that will guide you in managing strategic risks.
Generic Operatioinal Risk Management Guide: A key resource that will guide you in managing operational risks
Generic ERM Guide: Incentives to Controls: A key resource to help you understand risk management controls
Generic RIMS Risk Maturity Guide: A key resource to help you understand and apply RIMS Risk Maturity Tool.
Generic SRM Guide: CAD$ 150
Generic ORM Guide: CAD$ 135
Generic ERM Guide: CAD$ 100
Generic RIMS RM Guide: CAD $ 100
“Risk Management In Current Scenario” is a new book written by Sonjai Kumar. It provides great insights for risk management professionals from across the globe who wishes to embark on risk management activities in India. The book is divided into eight sections and covers wide range of risk management topics. It is aimed at Risk Managers who are just starting their career in risk management as well as for seasoned board members and professionals who wish to tackle complex subjects like risk culture and strategic risk management. It provides powerful and practical guide to risk mitigation. For those who work within financial risk management circles, the book is going to be a useful in learning various concepts from regulatory point of view. All chapters are written in easy to understand language and is targeted with specific concepts of ERM and Risk Management that can be useful in creating a sound foundational risk management knowledge. Chapter three covers important corporate governance guidelines and concepts related to IRDA, Reserve Bank of India, SEBI and challenges faced by organizations in Indian market. Many of the later chapters in the book are geared towards insurance industry and risk management concepts that are essential for insurance industry professionals and brokers. One of the chapter introduces readers to the risk control self-assessment (RCSA) concept. These are essential for any ERM program and can serve as a good starting point towards an integrated and decentralized program. The last chapter of the book also introduces black swan concept and finished the book on a high note by warning readers about real consequences and potential blind spots in the world of risk management. Overall the book strikes a good balance in linking theory to practices and brings many of the theoretical risk management ideas to life. We recommend this book for anyone starting their ERM program and wishing to take a quick look at risk management from Indian context.