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Our partner Alarm is launching an essential guide to children’s services risk management, accompanied by a series of seminars.
The guide covers what the risks are, how to identify them, and how to implement a robust strategy to manage them. It includes up-to-date advice and insight from risk managers, insurance and legal professionals who are currently involved in addressing these issues.
To coincide with the guide’s launch, Alarm is running seminars in London, Manchester and Newcastle, which will highlight the document’s key messages. They will cover the risk manager’s role and how they can improve risk management in children’s services for their organisation.
The seminars are aimed at risk and insurance managers, and those responsible for safeguarding in children’s services. Whilst priority will be given to Alarm members, non-members can attend and risk and insurance managers are encouraged to bring children’s services colleagues with them.
Published date: 8th July 2016
Click here for more information and to book a place.
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