Risk Monitoring

Review and Update
An Ongoing Process

Risk monitoring is the last major element of risk management - but certainly not the least important!. Risk management is a process of organizing and planning - just as important as strategic, financial, marketing and human resources planning. Like any good planning, the process should be continual or on-going.

Once your basic risk management plan is in place, monitoring risk means to review it and update it continuously.

  • Identify new risks as soon as possible
  • Decide where and how to handle that risk
  • Look for other risks that might be reduced or eliminated and no longer need coverage
  • Check operating volumes - they change so that coverage levels need to change...

Risk management really is an ongoing process.

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