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Risk Assessment and Analysis Workshops - General Guide to a Harmonized Approach to the ISO Requirements

  • 19 Oct 2022
  • 14 Dec 2022
  • 6 sessions
  • 19 Oct 2022, 2:00 PM 4:15 PM (EDT)
  • 26 Oct 2022, 2:00 PM 4:15 PM (EDT)
  • 16 Nov 2022, 2:00 PM 4:15 PM (EST)
  • 23 Nov 2022, 2:00 PM 4:15 PM (EST)
  • 7 Dec 2022, 2:00 PM 4:15 PM (EST)
  • 14 Dec 2022, 2:00 PM 4:15 PM (EST)
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  • Members in Good Standing of AAC
  • ECO Canada, CSSE and AOSAA Members in Good Standing
  • Non-AAC or non-Affiliate Members (or past members not currently in Good Standing)
  • Full time students with Student ID

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Risk Assessment & Analysis Workshops

General Guide to a Harmonized Approach to ISO Requirements

2 x 2 1/4 hr. Workshops + 2 hr. Assignment

0.65 Continuing Educations Units (CEUs)

Participants will be provided information that can be used to develop a risk assessment program to meet the requirements noted in ISO 9001, 45001, and 14001.

The course is:

  • interactive and dynamic training 
  • designed for the beginner to intermediate level program professional who need to either develop and/ or audit risk assessment programs within their own company and/ or industry companies
  • concepts and examples provided are based on audits with third-party registrars and their comments into a holistic risk assessment approach to the ISO requirements.

Divided into two Parts - A and B (2 1/4 hours each) plus participants will be required to complete a risk assessment assignment and submit for grading (after completing both workshops)Estimated time to complete the risk assessment will be 2-hours.

Training sessions open to the public!

AAC Members and Affiliates* - $175 + taxes

Regular - $300 + taxes

Student** - $150 + taxes

*Affiliates such as Canadian Society of Safety Engineers (CSSE), ECO Canada, and the Alberta Occupational H&S Auditors Association (AOSAA) in good standing qualify for AAC member rates.

** Full-time students wishing to register for the conference will be required to present their student ID on the first day of the conference. There is a limited number of sponsored student packages available. Contact the AAC for further information.

Upcoming dates

When Registering - Pick one Part A and one Part B date

(Note: must complete A before taking B)

Part A


October 19th

November 16th

December 7th

Part B


October 26th

November 23rd

December  14th

Learning Goals - On successful completion of this course participants will understand:

  1. Discussion on a Risk Matrix that reflects the maturity of the company management systems in place (i.e. health and safety, environment, operational, etc.).
  2. Defining the basic steps for the risk assessment and analysis process that will allow the participant to be able ensure a strong effort is put forward to defining associated risks within the company.
  3. Assess overall levels of risk in terms of likelihood and consequences in order to identify a company’s inventory of “critical” to “acceptable risks”.
  4. Understanding the levels of controls to pursue to eliminate and/ or control the risks.
  5. Ideas on auditing a risk assessment program.
  6. Understanding the connection risk assessments have to investigations and the court.

Key concepts that will be covered include:

  • Hazards and Risks
  • Risk Evaluations
  • Risk Control Hierarchy
  • Due Diligence and Foreseeability
  • Risk Assessment Harmonization

Value to Program Participants - aid in:

  • Developing a risk management program if one is not yet existing
  • Concepts to take forward in being able to link risk assessments between the ISO requirements
  • Ideas on approaching auditing a process/ task-based risk management program
  • Each participant will receive a training manual that they will be able to use and reference once the course is complete


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Presenter: Duncan Hawkins, Manager, Quality Assurance and Process Development, PROPAK Systems Ltd.

Duncan has over 27-years of experience in a combination of manufacturing sectors ranging from oil and gas, transportation, plastics, and industrial electrical working in both occupational health and safety, and quality management. Additionally, having worked in Alberta for a Certifying Partner in the Partnership in Injury Reduction (PIR) as a course and program facilitator, lead auditor and audit reviewer, compliance representative serving the manufacturing sector, and Senior Safety Advisor, Duncan brings a vast array of ideas and approaches to meeting the requirements in ISO 45001/ 9001.

Disclaimer: The risk matrix offered in this webinar is only an example of a risk matrix and is not to be confused with a mandated risk matrix offered by the AAC. Although there are various approaches for assessing risk through a risk matrix, it is important for a company to use a matrix that can meet their needs while also ensure risk can and will be assessed consistently through the matrix in order to lay the foundation for continual improvement opportunities within the functioning management system.


Only cancellations received in advance of the Event registration deadline are entitled to a full refund. Cancellation fees will be assessed as follows:

1. Cancellation is more than 4 weeks in advance of the Event start dateNo Cancellation fee will be assessed.

2. Cancellation is between 2 weeks and less than 4 weeks in advance of the Event start date: A non-refundable service fee of $25.00 or 50% of the registration fee (whichever is greater). If the registration fee is unpaid, the registrant shall be responsible for the appropriate cancellation fee.

3. Cancellation less than 2 weeks of the Event start date: There will be no refunds for cancellations, and the registrant shall be responsible for the full amount of the registration fee.

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