Risk management performance measurement allows organisations to look at their performance indicators and make assessments to ascertain if goals have been reached

Monitoring a risk management plan requires continually checking to identify if changes are required due to economic, environmental, legal, political, or internal factors, as these factors can all change.

Risk management performance measurement allows organisations to look at their performance indicators and make assessments to ascertain if goals have been reached. These performance indicators often translate into the performance of the staff working in a fitness facility and hence can involve measuring and monitoring the outputs of individuals, in regard to risk management.

Monitoring

 

Enhanced risk management should involve well maintained record keeping. A risk register is one way to record and monitor the description of risks, controls currently in place, likelihood of consequences and treatment priorities. A post incident register and/or database can be used to record ‘near misses’ as well as major incidents. Both the risk register and post incident register/database should be kept up-to-date, be backed-up and consider issues such as access, storage space, security of data, and integration into in-house software packages to notify management of entries into the registers. In addition to improving processes, tools and methods involved in risk management, well-kept (and well monitored) records may prove vital in the event of an incident and may serve to reduce your exposure to liability.