Identify and manage your hazards and risks with this all-in-one Risk Management Plan template for events!
All you need to do is follow the instructions in the document. As a result, you’ll end up with a very impressive plan to provide to clients and stakeholders.
In addition, our templates will save you a lot of time because we have done the leg-work for you! Semi-completed and full of examples and suggestions, this template will guide you every step of the way.
Risk Management Process
Our comprehensive template provides an in-depth analysis of the risk mitigation process including:
- Hierarchy of control
- Risk likelihood table
- Risk consequence ratings
- Risk rating table
- Risk requirements table
- Risk treatment plan
- Wet weather/storm procedure
The above are essential parts of a good risk plan to recognize and address potential risks and threats. Once completed, your plan will cover the 4 key areas of the risk management process:
- Risk Identification – Identifying all potential risks which impact your event
- Risk Assessment – Prioritising the risks based on their potential impact
- Risk Mitigation – Reducing the probability of a risk/threat occurring by implementing control measures or removing/modifying certain aspects
- Risk Monitoring – Evaluating the effectiveness of the control measures
Most of the tables in the document are completed. The only table you will need to fill out is the Risk Treatment Plan, which is specific to your event. But, don’t fear – we have loaded this table up with the most common hazards and risks, as well as provided many real-life examples of event risk controls.
What Will I Use A Risk Management Plan For?
Stakeholders who will require to see a Risk Management Plan for events are most commonly:
- Clients (the person/organization funding the event)
- Councils / Local Governments
- Event Venues
This plan was created for use at outdoor events or by event venues, however, this plan can be adapted to suit multiple industries.
We have extracted some pages of the document as samples to provide an insight into the level of detail within it.