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Risk Control

Risk control is the set of ways by that corporations judge potential losses and take action to cut back or eliminate such threats. Risk management conjointly implements proactive changes to cut back risk in these areas. Risk control therefore helps corporations limit lost assets and financial gain. It could be a technique that utilizes findings from risk assessments, that involve distinctive potential risk factors during a company's operations, like technical and non-technical aspects of the business, money policies and different problems which will have an effect on the well-being of the firm. Risk control conjointly implements proactive changes to cut back risk in these areas. Risk control therefore helps corporations limit lost assets and financial gain. Risk management could be a key part of a company's enterprise risk management (ERM) protocol. Risk control could be a plan-based business strategy that aims to spot, assess, and harden any dangers, hazards, associate degreed different potentials for disaster—both physical and figurative—that might interfere with an organization's operations and objectives.

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Chemical and Biological Hazards and Risk Control

Presentations | English

Transport Hazard and Control

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Work Equipment Hazards and Risk Control - Part 2

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Workplace Hazards and Risk Control

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Work Equipment Hazards and Risk Control - Part 1

Presentations | English

Vibration Hazards and Risk Control

Presentations | English

Musculoskeletal Hazards and Risk Control

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Safety in the Campus Cafeteria

Presentations | English

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Metal Detectors and their Use in School

Presentations | English

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