Regulation, risk and harms

Regulation, risks and harms explores the, at times, complex relationship between organisational risk, the potential of harm and the liberty of a commercial entity to operate in a free-market economy.

Participants gain a deeper insight into the balance between harm, risk and regulatory interference through facilitated discussions, applying practical techniques and shared experience to real-world scenarios.

Workshop summary


After attending Regulation, risks and harms, participants will be better able to:

  • address harms more effectively
  • identify, manage and mitigate regulatory risk
  • apply the principles of better practice regulation.

Target audience

  • All staff with a regulatory role
  • Officers involved in risk-based regulatory activities

Delivery method

  • One-day face-to-face workshop
  • Alternatively, this workshop can be delivered as 2 3-hour virtual sessions

Pre-workshop preparation

  • All participants are to read a list of selected articles before coming to the workshop.

Post-workshop resources and support

  • All participants receive a set of customised workshops materials – workbook, manual and resources.
  • All participants complete a post-workshop action plan that will assist them to put learned techniques into practices.
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