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Service Line Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) is a process of implementing a policy, plan and risk management culture based on the development of focal points and the use of preformatted tools and models in order to reduce risks and costs during its implementation.
This product has as its main characteristics the following items:

Sustainable investment: improving risk management reduces the potential for losses (reducing volatility) of the organization

• Aimed at the transfer of knowledge: It is based on the development of the professionals of the company itself

• Alignment with the best market practices: COSO, COSO ERM, ISO 31000, ISO 28000, ISO 27000, OSHAS 18000, ISO 14000, etc.

• Focus on the reduction of the accident rate: the improvement of the conditions of Risk Management makes it possible to reduce the number of accidents and improve the conditions of risk acceptance

• Generation of continuous agenda: makes the topic of Risk Management become part of the daily life of the organization
The Enterprise Risk Management deployment project has very distinct phases and clear activities.

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The methodology seeks to balance the level of risk with the effectiveness of the protection systems, to identify and measure the risk, identify the vulnerabilities of the protection systems / mechanisms and define clear mitigation measures and controls.

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The tool allows the analysis of future risk scenarios based on the improvement of the protection mechanisms / controls, that is, allows comparing the current level of risk with the future (residual) level of risk after the mitigation measures defined in the risk statements are implemented.
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The unique system of parametric checklists and dynamic mathematical modeling provides greater consistency in the process of evaluating the risk and effectiveness of protection systems.

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The result of careful risk auditing in the protection / control systems / mechanisms provides the index and a heat map, allowing the manager to have full visibility of the vulnerability points in their protection systems / mechanisms.

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The risk statement is a robust and effective tool that provides an overview of the effects of the realization of a given risk, provides a careful analysis of its causes and origins, shows the critical processes involved, and defines clear and precise actions to mitigate them.

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The implementation of mitigation measures and control of risks generates a reduction of potential losses, and can be measured objectively.

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The Parametrized Risk Analysis Methodology 2.0 has very clear deliveries that increase the degree of “immunity” of the organization to the most varied types of risks.

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