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Risk can be broadly categorised as either strategic or operational. Strategic risks include personnel, contractual, legal etc. Operational risk is associated with physical loss or damage such as fire or personal injury. If you haven’t yet assessed the risks in your workplace, you may find this advice from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) useful.
Insurance is how to transfer risk away from your organisation whilst helping you manage any problems that arise. At Sports Insure we can help your organisation identify and manage those risks that could prevent your business from achieving its objectives.
Reviewing process, procedures and policies to ensure they are minimising risk, or transfer of risk to insurance to ensure they are adequately protected and sustainable. Producing reports and templates that are clear and easy to follow for the clients going forwards to ensure realistic goals are achieved within the business within agreed timescales
Hosting workshops for key members of the NBG’s team, purpose being to drive a structured process to identify key issues faced by the organisation, offering solutions to the problems identified and final stages to formulate a BCP, that is compliant and robust. Nat reviews these annually and updates changes throughout the year if needed.
Following an extensive period of overhauling a Business Continuity plan, testing the plan is critical, hosting crisis simulation tests for a major athletics organisation, which involved a broad range of representatives from their various departments from club facilities manager, HR, IT to the Major event Director. Testing the BCP operationally against a mock fire within the server room, an Ebola outbreak within the office building where the client is a tenant and a terrorist incident a major athletics televised event.
Organised and hosting workshops with key members of staff across the business, to highlight and improve upon internal processes to minimise data disruption/breach within membership organisation. To protect members and the reputation of the major sports bodies.