Risk Management Policy
1. Objective of Policy
1.1 The objective of this Policy is:
It is the policy of the CAMS Group to effectively manage risks that threaten to adversely impact the CAMS Group, its customers, people, assets, functions, objectives, operations or members of the public. CAMS will seek to manage risk within an acceptable level and as low as reasonably practicable.
2. Scope of Policy
2.1 This Policy applies to you while you are engaged by the CAMS Group.
Risk Management will form part of strategic, operational and line management responsibilities and be integrated into the strategic and business planning processes. The specific responsibilities associated with governance of risk management will be:
Review the organisation’s policies and practices on risk management and be satisfied that CAMS has developed and implemented a sound system of risk management and control.
Risk and Compliance Committee
Oversee the regular review and monitoring of CAMS Group activities. Support the Board to oversee the management of risks faced by CAMS.
Chief Executive Officer
Drive and promote the identification of material risks and monitor compliance with statutory and CAMS requirements.
Risk and Compliance Manager
Provide leadership and direction to facilitate standard application of the Risk Management methodology and development of an accurate risk profile.
Ensure staff in their business units comply with the risk management policy and foster a culture where risks can be identified and escalated.
Staff, Contractors and Volunteers
Comply with risk management policies and procedures.
Capitalised terms used in this Policy have the following meanings unless stated otherwise:
3.1 CAMS means the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd;
3.2 CAMS Group means CAMS and each of its subsidiaries and related entities;
3.3 You means an employee, agent, volunteers and CAMS appointed officials contractor of the CAMS Group.
4 4.1 Objectives
4.1.1 To ensure risk management is adopted throughout the CAMS Group as a prudent management practice.
4.1.2 To ensure that all employees and volunteers are made aware of the need to manage risk and to promote a culture of participation in that process.
4.1.3 To protect the CAMS Group from adverse incidents, to reduce its exposure to loss and to mitigate and control loss should it occur.
4.1.4 To ensure the ongoing unimpeded capacity of the CAMS Group to fulfil its mission, perform its key functions, meet its objectives and serve its customers.
4.1.5 To reduce the costs of risk to both the CAMS Group and its affiliates.
4.1.6 Material risks are identified, assessed and regularly reviewed and an agreed process is in place that verifies controls are effective.
Risk management performance will be measured by:
4.2.1 Implementation and reporting of the effectiveness of the risk management program;
4.2.2 The Policy being reviewed on a 3 year cycle to ensure consistency of application;
4.2.3 Identification of risk and successful treatment in accordance with procedures and guidelines;
4.2.4 Mitigation and control of any losses;
4.2.5 Reduction in any costs of risks;
4.2.6 Achievement of best practice through alignment to the International Risk Management Standard ISO 31000:2009.
5. Implications for Non-Adherence
Any breach of this Policy by You may result in disciplinary action being taken by the CAMS Group. Disciplinary action may include but not be limited to suspension of duties or obligations or termination of your employment or other arrangements with the CAMS Group in accordance HR discipline procedures.
6. Related Rules, Policies or Procedures
6.1 Hazard and Risk Management Procedure.
6.2 Targeted Risk Assessment Form (TRA).
6.3 CAMS Occupational Health and Safety Policy.
6.4 CAMS Consultation Policy.
6.5 CAMS Safety 1st Strategy.
6.6 Victorian Occupational; Health and Safety Regulations 2007.
6.7 Workplace Health and Safety Act 2011.
6.8 Workplace Health and Safety Regulations.
7.1.1 The Policy Manager is the Risk and Compliance Manager. Any questions in relation to this Policy should be directed to the Risk and Compliance Manager - CAMS, or your manager.
7.1.2 This Policy was approved on 11 August 2017