Airmic has produced guidelines for risk reporting in a bid to help organisations comply with corporate governance requirements.
The guidelines are in a booklet, called the Airmic Guide to Developing a Risk Management Process, released last week.
It was produced by an Airmic special interest group, led by Orange risk manager Clive Smith, who said the group set out to enable decision-making within organisations to be based on best risk practices.
“We've developed a risk tool box which can be adapted to fit into the way organisations go about the development of risk information for decision taking,” Smith said.
The booklet can be ordered by phoning Airmic on 020 7480 7610 or at airmic.com.