Risk communication is the process of communicating potential losses and how they might be prevented. This can include warnings, disclosures and two way communication aimed at managing risk. The following are illustrative examples.
DisastersA government agency calculates the risk of an earthquake based on the frequency of historical earthquakes in a region. They regularly communicate the risks to the public in a variety of media in order to encourage preparation such as earthquake resistant construction.
HealthA product that is known to be unhealthy is required to display a warning on its label in a particular country, province or state.
EnvironmentA city warns of forecast poor air quality and communicates restrictions put in place to mitigate the situation.
SafetyA construction company conducts mandatory annual safety training for all employees that includes a breakdown of the most common safety risks related to different types of construction sites. Training is aimed at creating awareness of common risks and communicates actions that can be taken to reduce risk.
Financial RiskA financial advisor accurately communicates investing risks to clients including factors such as volatility, liquidity risk, concentration risk and the risk profile of an asset or security.A project manager communicates a risk management plan to stakeholders. All stakeholders are given an opportunity to identify risks and provide ideas for reducing risk. Risk owners are asked to sign off on the risk management plan. As new risks are identified, the process repeats.
A purchasing manager at a manufacturing company warns operations and marketing teams of a possible shortage of parts due to supply chain disruptions.A telecom company warns its corporate customers of maintenance to network infrastructure that may impact performance or result in downtime.
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