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The indirect costs of an incident are estimated to be as much as 30 times the direct losses incurred from an incident (DNV, 1996). The Health and Safety Executive in the UK estimates that for every £1 of insured loss, there is an estimated uninsured loss of between 8 and 36 times that which is insured (HSE, 1996). Insurances are often available to protect employers, and these include employers’ liability, public liability, workers’ compensation, and fire and perils. But is this the right way to address risk management?
Archetypes for organizational safety. Safety Science, 44(7), 563–582. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). (2012). Corporate governance for process safety—Draft guidance for senior leaders in high hazard industries. Draft. Environment Directorate, Joint Meeting of the Chemicals Committee and the Working Party on Chemicals, Pesticides and Biotechnology. 1 Introduction to Management Systems Perhaps every organization today operates with some form of a management system. Management systems vary from the extremely sophisticated, with well-crafted standards and policies guiding the behaviors and actions of all workers, to the informal organization, with loosely held work practices and behaviors adopted by the leader of the organization.
Therefore, as Zukis et al. (2010, p. 1) pointed out, stakeholder perspectives on organizational performance now reside in the following areas: 1. Operations and risk management 3. Performance improvement The subject of corporate governance is vast and touches upon many aspects of an organization and its stakeholders. It has become an expectation for organizations to control their operations and to show control, especially with aspects that touch upon the people, environment, and general public.