Yes, please. I want to learn how to manage sexual abuse risk using risk management best practices.
Preventing sexual abuse has always been a priority for everyone working with children. But since sexual abuse risk has become one of the most significant and fastest-growing risks facing youth-serving organizations, and because most youth-serving organizations have less risk-bearing capacity than ever, using risk management best practices is becoming a necessity.
Risk management best practices is an approach known as enterprise risk management – or ERM. ERM’s purpose isn’t just to help organizations prevent adverse events like sexual abuse but, because sexual abuse is inherently difficult to prevent and the costs of failing to prevent it are so high, ERM also protects organizations and the people working for them from the consequences of failing to prevent SAM.
Almost as a side benefit, though it is why so many of the largest and most sophisticated organizations choose ERM over traditional risk management, ERM also helps organizations achieve their most important objectives.
Compared to organizations using traditional risk management, organizations using ERM:
- have fewer and less costly adverse events like sexual abuse
- meet their objectives more often and
- are more trusted and highly valued.
The Ten-Step Guide will show you how you can use the same system that the most sophisticated risk organizations in the world use to manage their risks.
And remember, BOKRIM walks you through the ERM process step-by-step, so even if you have no previous risk management experience, you can manage your sexual abuse risk using the best practice.