RM 203 -
Risk Informed Decision Making
This course will use a combination of illustrated case studies, lectures, and individual and group exercises to introduce students to the various facets, methodologies, tools, and practical applications of risk-informed decision making. One goal of the course is to help students make better risk-informed decisions by introducing more structured decision-making processes that focuses on five critical, yet interrelated, steps: Identifying potential undesired outcomes; Assigning an order-of-magnitude consequence severity to each outcome; Assigning an order-of-magnitude occurrence likelihood to each outcome; Assessing total risk magnitude; Making risk-informed decisions based on assessed risk magnitudes.
Completion of the RM 101 - Safety, Health, and Environmental Risk Management (SHERM) Principles.
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