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Risk is often thought of in terms of danger, loss, threat, damage or injury. But as well as potentially negative characteristics, risk-taking can have positive benefits for individuals and their communities.
Risk can be minimised by the support of others, who can be staff, family, friends, etc. However, in promoting independence, individual responsibility for taking risks must be a balance between safeguarding someone from harm and enabling them to lead a more independent life where they effectively manage risks themselves.
– What is ‘managing risk positively’?
– Principles of Working with Risk
– Framework for Positive Management of Risk
– Information Sharing
– Risk Identification
– Risk Assessment
– Risk Management
– Review of Incidents
– Defensible Decisions
– Professional Competency
– Legislation and Legal Principles
– Duty of Care
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