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This assessment task has 2 parts.
To complete this assessment you will need to use the following resources:
– Risk Management Matrix available as a PDF in iLearn.
– 2 pictures of the Snowy Hydro Scheme (SHS) available as a PDF in iLearn.
Use these 2 pictures to inform your risk assessment. There is no need to use any other images of the SHS.
PART 1 : Risk Management Matrix.
Use the Risk Management Matrix (available as a PDF in iLearn) to help you to identify and evaluate the risk posed to the Snowy Hydro Scheme from a natural OR human induced disaster / emergency. An example of a natural disaster/emergency might be earthquake. An example of a human induced emergency might be deliberate lighting of a bush fire. What example you pick is up to you. IMPORTANTLY, in either case you are NOT to use a terrorist attack as an example. Once you have decided on the example of a natural or human induced disaster / emergency use the risk management matrix (attached as PDF in iLearn) to assess the risk posed to the SHS. In other words, you are going to actually give your example a risk rating.
To complete this part of your assessment task at the start of your essay simply include your completed risk matrix under the following heading “Part 1: Risk Management Assessment Determination”.
PART 2 : 750 word mini-essay
Draw upon the academic literature to evaluate the following:
- How was completing the Risk Management Matrix helpful in evaluating the risk(s) faced by the Snowy Hydro Scheme?
- What are the limitations of using a Risk Management Matrix?
This part of the assignment is to be written in essay style. Advice: – In answering Part 2 of the assessment there is no single correct answer. Some people may use the same natural or human induced disaster / emergency but arrive at a different “Likelihood rating” and “Severity rating” and therefore a different overall risk rating. There is no right answer. What we are looking for is your justification, and your explanation (based on academic literature) as to why you arrived at your overall risk rating. – How many words you decide to allocate to answering Part 2a and Part 2b is your call. However, given the length of the assessment you will need to be concise.