Risk, Hazard and Incident Reporting Form
can be defined as the possibility of something happening or something already happening, in any area of the operation of the organisation, that will have a negative impact on its capacity to achieve its mission.
This can be as simple as noticing a trip hazard in the courtyard, to as complex as a corporate breach of legislative compliance.
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Risk relates to:
Fraud and/or corruption
Safety and Wellbeing
Compliance (TEQSA, Dpt of Education, etc)
Privacy law concerns
Academic quality and integrity
Work Cover process to be initiated?
SafeWork SA reportable incident?
Please detail the specifics:
If you have taken any action or spoken to anybody about this, please detail these actions here:
I am a:
Selecting a Department will notify the Manager of this submission:
Humanities Social Science
Ministry Theology & Culture
Student Support Services
Vocational Education & Training
DO NOT NOTIFY MANAGER
What is the likelihood of this happening?
Rare: Extremely rare risks, with almost no probability of occurring
Unlikely: Risks that are relatively uncommon, but have a small chance of manifesting
Possible: Risks that are more typical, with about a 50/50 chance of taking place
Likely: Risks that are highly likely to occur, or could easily happen.
Almost certain: Almost certain, has happened or is happening now
What are the anticipated or potential consequences?
Insignificant: Risks that bring no real negative consequences, budget impact less than 15k, no physical injuries.
Minor: Risks that will not significantly impact overall success, budget impact less than 50k, first aid treatment required.
Moderate: Risks that potentially have significant impact, budget impact less than 150k, medical treatment required.
Major: Breach of State or Federal legislation, budget impact less than 300k, hospitalisation required.
Catastrophic: Risks with extreme negative consequences that could cause closure of part or all of the College’s operations, budget impact greater than 300k, fatalities.