Barwon South-West Climate Risk Assessment Introduction

Workshop objectives:

 

  • Rate refined council risks across departments
  • Identify existing controls
  • Investigate risk interdependence between high risk
  • Brainstorm adaptation actions

Agenda

  • Introduction with PMG and risk representative
  • Risk assessment by department
  • Cross Council workshop - interdependencies
  • Executive briefing

What is risk?

What is risk?

Risk = Effect of uncertainty on outcomes.

Cause = climate driver or extreme event

Consequence is the flow on effects from the risk

What is the difference between a risk and an issue?

> an issue is a problem today

> a risk may become a problem in the future. 

Risk Assessment Process

Based on Australian Risk Assessment Standard

The workshop will focus on

Stage 3 - Risk analysis

Likelihood Table:

The following information will be used in the workshops

Consequence table

Consequence table

Consequence table

Consequence table

The workshop will focus on

Stage 3 - Risk analysis

Why we need you

Why we need you

Risk is the interaction between the cause and the asset

 

You know your assets best and the local context of your council. It is important that your insight be used to rate the risks for your council.

 

Cross discipline participation

There will be many people with different backgrounds in the workshop

 

This is important to understand the interrelationship between social, economic and environmental impacts.

 

This way we can learn from each other. 

 

 

So....what you can do before the workshop

...apart from looking at this pretty sunset

 

Think about the assets that you are involved with in your day to day work

Think about how climate risks may interact with these assets

Review the risk registers that have been circulated prior

 

And we look forward to seeing you at the workshop!

 

 

 

BSW Risk Assessment Introduction

By Loop and Company

BSW Risk Assessment Introduction

Introductory presentation for the Barwon South-West risk assessment workshop

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