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Monitoring & Reporting

Monitoring is about managing your risk information.  Monitoring is a follow-up activity, ensuring that policies and procedures have been carried out as intended. Sometimes monitoring procedures can be as simple updating of the risk register and the risk map.

The risk register is a management tool which, through a review and updating, provides a framework in which problems that may arise and adversely affect the delivery of the anticipated benefits are captured and actions instigated to reduce the probability and the impact of that particular risk. The Risk Register should be visible to faculty/departmental stakeholders so they are able to see the risks that concern them being addressed.

An essential tool is the risk register which is a means of recording the identified risks, their severity, and the actions steps to be taken. The risk register should evolve over time with potential risks removed and new ones added.

Examples of Reporting