Certified Safety Risk Management Professional


Overview of Program

Safety risk management is a key component of a successful safety management system which is required to assess the risks associated with identified hazards, and to develop and implement effective mitigations. This course will enable delegates to understand and apply the principles, approaches and tools of safety risk management in order to make informed safety risk management [SRM] decisions.


Objectives of the Program

  • Acquire the essential skills for developing increased safety risk management competence in your Organization.
  • Understand safety risk management principles
  • Understand the four main principles of operational human performance
  • Identify safety deficiencies, hazards, consequences and risks
  • Perform safety risk evaluations
  • Acquire ability to review safety risk management process according to the ICAO safety performance requirements.
  • Learn how to improve your operational safety by correctly identifying hazards, providing effective controls to mitigate safety risks, and reducing equipment loss and damage.
  • Understand the regulatory framework for SRM and appreciate responsibilities of relevant key stakeholders
  • Acquire practical skills for Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Reduction
  • Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Understand the four main principles of operational human performance
  • Understand risk visualization tools and models
  • Understand Occurrence Reporting and Emergency Response Planning
  • Identify safety deficiencies, hazards, consequences and risks in your organization
  • Understand how to apply safety management principles in your organization
  • Acquire the skills to perform safety risk evaluations.

For Whom

  • Corporate and operational safety managers, analysts and coordinators
  • Airline operational managers and maintenance officers
  • Risk Managers in all organizations including banks
  • Auditors, Investigators and Regulators interested in improving their familiarity with industry SRM tools in support of their assurance function
  • Anyone interested in safety-related issues

Course Modules

Cyber Risks and Attacks

  • The Nature Of Cyber Risk And Types Of Cyber Attacks
  •  The Difference Between Cyber Security And Cyber Resilience
  •  Practical Lessons With Examples Of Real Cyber Breaches
  •  Qualitative And Quantitative Risk Assessment Methods
  •  Articulating Information Security Risks As Business Consequences
  •  An Understanding Of Current Cyber Security Standards And Best Practices
  • PAS 555
  • 10 Steps to Cyber Security
  • 20 Critical Controls for Cyber Defence
  • Cyber Essentials scheme
  • ISO 27001 and integrated management systems
  • Links to other standards, including ISO 20000
  • Other Frameworks, Such As Nist, Cobit 5, The Pci Dss And Resilia

Roles and Approaches to Security Risks Management

  • The role and the importance of people, processes and technology.
  • Approaches to risk management, cyber incident response and business continuity.
  • How ISO 27001 provides a backbone for protecting your organisation.
  • Why ISO 22301 is essential to achieving cyber resilience in the event of an attack.
  • Identifying and modeling information security risks