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3.Analyse risks: the determination of existing controls and the analysis of risksin terms of the consequence and likelihood in the context of those controls.The analysis should consider the range of potential consequences and howBSBCOM603: Plan and Establish Compliance Management Systems11
likely those consequences are to occur. Consequence and likelihood arecombined to produce a priority rating for the risk.4.Treat risks: for higher priority risks, Charity-Care is required to develop andimplement specific risk management plans including funding considerations.Lower priority risks may be accepted and monitored.5.Monitor and review: oversight and review of the risk management systemand any changes that might affect it. Monitoring and reviewing occursconcurrently throughout the risk management process.6.Communication and consultation: appropriate communication andconsultation with internal and external stakeholders should occur at eachstage of the risk management process as well as on the process as a whole.B.Sexual harassment policySexual harassment may include such actions as:i.dirty jokes, derogatory comments, offensive written messages(email/sms), or offensive telephone callsii.leering, patting, pinching, touching or unnecessary familiarityiii.persistent demands for sexual favours or outingsiv.displays of offensive posters, pictures or graffiti.Such behaviour is against the law if it makes you feel:BSBCOM603: Plan and Establish Compliance Management Systems12
i.offended and humiliatedii.intimidated and frightenediii.uncomfortable at work.Charity-Care considers sexual harassment an unacceptable form of behaviourwhich will not be tolerated under any circumstances.Charity-Care, undertakes to educate all employees on the issue of sexual harassmentto avoid its incidence and to inform employees of procedures to deal with the problemshould it occur.C.Credit card policy1.Card issue:The organisational credit card may only be issued to a board member,staff member, or volunteer where their functions and duties would be enhancedby the use of an organisational credit card. Cards will thus be issued only topeople on the approved organisational credit card list. The approvedorganisational credit card list shall be held by the CEO.Other persons may be added to the list by the board. The board maydelegate this power to any or all of:i.the finance committeeii.the CEOBSBCOM603: Plan and Establish Compliance Management Systems13
iii.the auditor.Cards may be issued on a temporary basis and recovered afterwards.Each organisational credit card will be issued to a specific person, whowill remain personally accountable for the use of the card. Cardholders willsign the credit card issue form.