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Risk Management Lessons

from Outside the United States


Session 6 Slide Deck

Session 6 Slide 6-1


Session Objectives
6.1 Consider how a National Risk Management
Standard Led to an International Standard

6.2 Discuss the ADPC Community-Based Risk


Reduction Process

6.3 Discuss Various Risk Assessment


Techniques Utilized by UN-HABITAT

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Australia and New Zealand
• Similar in terms of:
– Geography
– Social makeup
– Political frameworks
– Agendas (public, policy)
• Collaborate on risk management efforts

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Risk Management: Australia

A systematic process that produces a


range of measures that contribute to the
well-being of communities and the
environment.

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Risk Management: New Zealand
The process of considering the social,
economic and political factors involved in risk
analysis; determining the acceptability of
damage and/or disruption that could result
from an event; and then deciding what actions
should be taken to minimize likely damage or
disruption.

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AS/NZS 4360
• 1993: New South Wales Government Risk
Management Guidelines
• Joint Standards Australia and Standards
New Zealand Technical Committee
– AS/NZS 4360:1995
– AS/NZS 4360:2004
• Communication
• Review/Improve
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AS/NZS RM Methodology
• Risk management:
– “a process that identifies the level of tolerance a
group has for a specific risk”
– used to decide “what to do where risk has been
determined to exist”
• At the center is Communication
– A ‘two-way process”

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AS/NZS Risk Communication
• Acknowledge presence of multiple potential stakeholders
• Identify key stakeholders
• Identify the issues and commence consultation process
• Begin stakeholder analysis and refine through dialogue
• Establish representation group of technical and stakeholder
groups
• Assess stakeholder acceptance of risk including
implications of treating or not treating risk/s
• Establish stakeholder acceptability criteria
• Develop risk communication strategy

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AS/NZS RM Process
• Establish the Context
• Identify Risks
• Analyze Risks
• Assess and Prioritize Risks
• Treat Risks
• Risk Acceptance

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Establish the Context
• Establishes the strategic, organizational and risk
management contexts in which the process will take
place
• Criteria against which risk measured are established
• Structure of analysis defined
• Involves the following steps:
– Define the problem
– Identify stakeholders
– Developing risk evaluation criteria
– Defining key elements

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Identify Risks
• Identify what, why and how things can arise
as the basis of further analysis
• Characteristics and interaction of the
hazards, the community, and the
environment that form the basis of the
problem to be solved
• Hazard analysis
• Vulnerability analysis
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Analyze Risks
• How likely is the event to happen and what
are the potential consequences and their
magnitude
– Determine risk controls
– Analyze likelihood
– Analyze consequence

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Assess and Prioritize Risk
• Risk assessment = “the method used to
define the likelihood of harm (probability x
consequence) coming to an individual,
group, or community or the occurrence of
an event as a result of exposure to a
sustenance or a situation.”
• Risks ranked to identify management
priorities
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Treat Risks
• Accept and monitor low-priority risks
• For other risks develop and implement a
specific management plan that includes
consideration of funding
• In emergency management, this is typically
referred to as mitigation

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Risk Acceptance
• Develop public awareness programs
• Evaluate implementation process

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ISO 31000:2009
• International Organisation for
Standardisation
• Supported by Australia and New Zealand
• First international risk management
standard
• Similar to AS/NZS 4360:2004

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ISO 31000:2009 Diagram

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AS/NZS / ISO Differences
• Principles of Risk Management
– Risk management creates and protects value
– Risk management is an integral part of all organizational processes
– Risk management is part of decision making
– Risk management explicitly addresses uncertainty
– Risk management is systematic, structured, and timely
– Risk management is based on the best available information
– Risk management is tailored
– Others
• Defines risk to be “the effect of uncertainty on objectives”
• Provides guidance on how RM might exist within the
organization or agency performing it
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ADPC
• Asian Disaster Preparedness Center
• Regional emergency management technical
assistance and training resource center
• Created in response to an expressed need to
assist countries in the region with
formulating policies and developing
capabilities in all aspects of disaster
management
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Community-Based DM
• Top-down RM resulted in ‘poorer outcomes’
• Vulnerable communities most negatively
affected
• Must involve vulnerable people themselves
• Communities feel they are the best judges of
their own vulnerability
• Aim: reduce vulnerabilities and strengthen
people’s capacity to cope with hazards
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Participatory Approach
• Local participatory method works well
because the community members are not
only the primary drivers in the process, but
also the beneficiaries
• Community participation vs. community
involvement

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Essential Features
• The community has a central role in long term and short
term disaster management
• Disaster risk or vulnerability reduction is the foundation of
CBDM
• Risk management is linked to the development process
• Community as a key resource in disaster risk reduction
• Application of multi-sectoral and multi-disciplinary
approaches
• CBDM as an involving and dynamic framework

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Tools and Methods

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Strategies
• Self insurance
• Conducting seasonally based action
• Encouraging long-term investments
• Strengthening social and organizational
support structures
• Making health and sanitation services
available at the community level
• Conducting advocacy and campaigns
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The ADPC Process
• Foundation is Disaster Risk Reduction
• Six sequential stages
– Initiating the disaster risk reduction process
– Community Profiling
– Risk Assessment
– Formulation of Disaster Risk Reduction Plan
– Implementation and Monitoring
– Evaluation and Feedback
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UN-HABITAT
• Mandated by the UN General Assembly to promote
socially and environmentally sustainable towns and cities
with the goal of providing adequate shelter for all
• To help policy-makers and local communities get to grips
with the human settlements and urban issues and find
workable, lasting solutions
• Assessing the Risk of habitats and settlements is central to
the UN-HABITAT Disaster and Risk Management
function.

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UN-HABITAT Techniques
• Access Model
• Computer Assisted Techniques
• Disaster Risk Indexing
• Event Tree Analysis
• Failure Modes and Effects Analysis
• Fault Tree Analysis
• Historical Analysis
• Impact Analysis
• Participatory Analysis
• Pressure and Release Model
• Remote Sensing
• Social Survey
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