Definitions for "Risk management"
Using risk assessment and other information to determine options and make decisions about reducing or eliminating risks. See risk, risk analysis, risk-benefit analysis, risk communication.
A systematic approach to the management of risk, staff and patient/client/user safety, to reducing loss of life, financial loss, loss of staff availability, loss of availability of buildings or equipment, or loss of reputation.
Risk management is a system for decreasing the chance for injury or accidents in a given area, in this case a fraternity or sorority house. These Risk Management policies are to protect our fraternity and sorority members from issues relating to illegal drinking and substance use and abuse, fire code regulations, hazing, legal implications of fraternity and sorority affairs, and social events such as parties and socials.
Keywords:  adleman, shamir, rivest
The process of implementing techniques to monitor and control risk. This includes risk limits on position size and capital, as well as knowing the types of orders, such as stop orders, that are used to limit losses.
The process of monitoring and reducing various risk factors in an investment portfolio with the aim of stabilising investment returns.
the process of ensuring the level of risk associated with an asset or liability portfolio remains at an acceptable level
Changing aspects of a service that could lead to injury to a patient or staff member and/or to financial loss for an individual or Trust.
Preserving financial resources against loss through various methods including the purchase of insurance.
Clinical and administrative activities undertaken to identify, evaluate, and reduce the risk of injury to patients, staff, and visitors and the risk of loss to the organization itself.
As preventive PR, this role involves helping an organization recognize areas of potential danger and recommending needed changes before potential dangers develop into crises.
Activities which will assist in the avoidance, reduction and defense of liability claims. In reference to medical liability, such activities include attending an educational seminar or participating in an on-site practice review.
The introduction of change or control measures with the intention of eliminating or bringing the level of risk associated with a hazard within acceptable limits
The process of handling pure risk by way of reduction, elimination, or transfer of risk, with the latter commonly achieved through insurance.
The discipline, which ensures that an organization does not assume an unacceptable level of risk.
A method of considering the safety and security of guests and employees, as well as personal and real property.
An organized, formal approach to dealing with pure risks.
is the control exercised by the investor over the risks involved in the different categories of investment. Some investments are virtually risk-free (e.g. bank fixed deposits) while others are high risk (e.g. shares in a small prospecting company).
Keywords:  neutral, premium
risk neutral risk premium
an organized strategy for protecting and conserving assets and people
The measurement of the possibility of losing or not gaining value.