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Strategic Management

Risk Universe: Infrastructure


Risk Register in Risk Management






What is the role of risk register in preparation for potential risks? How the risk weight and impact should be calculated?


Posted: Mar 2012












1. Business Disruption: Significant business interruptions threaten the organisation’s capacity to continue operations e.g. stemming from catastrophic damage at manufacturing plant, natural disasters, labour disputes, utility disruption, non-availability of raw materials, information technologies or other resources.

2. Government Actions: Ability to achieve objectives is affected by policies adopted by governments e.g. regulatory changes/ enforcement actions; refusal to grant permits; expropriation or nationalisation.


Risk Universe - Infrastructure


3. Legal liability Issues: Legal action related to infrastructure e.g. environmental contamination, transport related accidents.

What is the role of risk register in preparation for potential risks? How the risk weight and impact should be calculated?

4. Security Environment: Supplies/ distribution could be affected by antipathies from or between individual countries; impact on business from general crime rates; terrorist attacks/ threats; armed conflicts in region; protests/ demonstrations; organized crime.

5. Supply Chain: Costs/ volumes adversely affected by changing distribution channels; failure of supplier reliability or supplier non-compliance with CCHBC or customers CSR or governance principles (e.g. child labour).

Inefficient or unreliable production/ distribution infrastructure/ lack of capacity impacts on cost/ volume. Cost of complying with recycling requirements. 6. Global economic conditions: Inability to achieve business objectives in changing global economic conditions


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