Managing Risk – Threats and Opportunities

Serve the City Ireland recognises that certain situations may arise that can expose people or the organisation to danger. The Risk Management Policy is designed to have a positive approach to identifying and reducing potential risks as part of the usual management of the organisation.


Examples of type of risks would include:

  • Financial (Fundraising may fail to raise enough funds to cover expenses)
  • Human (Departure of key personnel)
  • Operational (Theft of funds or equipment)
  • Technological (Such as the computers dying without sufficient backup, or a data leak)
  • Physical (injuries to Volunteers)
  • Reputational (Complaints from Clients /Volunteers or negative media exposure of bad practice)
  • Governance and management (Such as a lack of planning to guide the organisation’s work)
  • Legal (claims and litigation against STC Ireland)

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