Enterprise Risk, Compliance and Work Health Safety

How prepared are your staff, board and leadership team for any potential risks that could undermine the safety, reputation or operational activities of your school or university?

At Workforce Resilience we understand that Risk forms an integral part of the daily operations of schools and universities. Therefore, it is critical that the board and management recognise their responsibility in shaping the risk appetite for their institutions and the framework for risk controls.

We assist our clients at all stages of the risk management process. Our emphasis is delivering comprehensive enterprise risk, compliance, work health safety and security reviews for schools and tertiary facilities across Australia. The findings of these detailed assessments will provide your organisations board and senior executive with a clear picture of key areas requiring attention and an achievable strategy for delivering realistic and measurable outcomes through the provision of practical, cost effective and reasonable recommendations.

With Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) now considered an essential element in the management framework for all educational institutions it is now more important than ever to ensure risk management is integrated into your business planning, decision-making and reporting functions.

How can we help you?

Our experienced professionals help you to understand the security challenges that exist in your workplace and provide solutions that reduce your potential for risk.

The review of Brisbane Grammar School (Enterprise Risk, Compliance, Physical Security and Work Health and Safety) was managed professionally by the Workforce Resilience team and they continue to provide additional assistance. I would commend Scott Harris and Workforce Resilience to any school interested in assessing its capacity to deliver a safe and secure environment for its community.

Anthony Micallef
Headmaster,, Brisbane Grammar School

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