Plain English ISO 31000 2009 Risk Management Checklist

Our plain English standard can also be used as a Risk Management Checklist.
That's because we’ve used a task oriented approach to translate the original
ISO 31000 material into Plain English. This means that our Plain English product
(our Title 31) consists entirely of tasks or actions. So if you want to implement the
ISO 31000 standard, all you have to do is carry out the tasks that we have listed.

However, you don’t have to perform every task. Since ISO 31000 2009 consists
of guidelines or suggestions only (not requirements), you can ignore any task
that you disagree with or does not apply in your case. For each task, we offer
three response options: TODO, DONE, or N/A. If you haven't done it and it needs
to be done, select TODO. If you've already done it, select DONE. And if the task is
not applicable in your situation or you disagree with ISO's suggestion, select N/A.

To see what our checklist looks like, please have a look at the following
PDF sample: ISO 31000 2009 Checklist (Part 5 of our Title 31 product).

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purchasing our Title 31: ISO 31000 2009 Translated into Plain English.

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MORE ISO 31000 RESOURCES

Introduction to ISO 31000 Standard

Plain English Risk Management Definitions

Overview of ISO 31000 Risk Management Standard

ISO 31000 Standard Translated into Plain English

ISO 31000 Risk Management Audit Tool

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Updated on March 24, 2014. First published on March 23, 2013.

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