The State Claims Agency (SCA) has announced the shortlist of finalists for the Enterprise Risk Network Recognition Awards 2020.
The Awards acknowledge the leaders in enterprise risk management in the State sector and commend the ongoing process of continuous improvement and progress in the management of risk within the SCA’s State Authorities.
More than 100 submissions were received from State Authorities across the eight categories.
The shortlist of projects includes a wide variety of risk initiatives which demonstrate best in class in terms of continuous improvement and progress in the management of enterprise risk across the State sector.
Long Term Value Award
Recognises a risk management project or initiative that delivers long term value to a DSA.
Mater Misercordiae University Hospital
Fire emergency preparedness
Tusla – Children’s Residential Services
The implementation of service wide risk registers to support good governance
An Garda Síochana
Safety Performance Improvement Programme
Recognises a risk management project or initiative that demonstrates a DSA’s ability to adapt to the ever evolving workplace.
University of Limerick Hospital Group
The introduction of a quality, safety and data protection support clinic
Adaptation of Arterial Drainage Maintenance and Construction Services' integrated management system to comply with ISO45001:2018
St. Michael’s House
Taking Risks is a good part of living a good life
Recognises a risk management project or initiative that demonstrates the DSA’s ability to improve in overall risk and safety culture.
Work Positive Project – Tusla
Tallaght University Hospital
Staff support programme following a traumatic or critical incident
Development of a vehicle risk management system for Tusla Children's Residential Services
Recognises a risk management project or initiative which demonstrates collaboration between a DSA (or a group of DSAs) and another organisation (or group of other organisations) on a piece of work.
Drogheda Department of Psychiatry
Implementation of an Aggression and Violence Risk Assessment Pathway (AVRAP)
Fire safety implementation project - Oberstown
Waterways Ireland/Visitor Safety Group
Public safety using principles of Visitor Safety Group
Education and Learning Award
Recognises a risk management project or initiative that delivers a bespoke training course or series of training courses enhancing learning and continuous improvement within a DSA.
Engaging with organisational risk management in the Children and Family Agency
Standardisation and harmonisation of manual handling and people handling training throughout the HSE
Working well – Oberstown Health and Wellbeing Framework
2020 Project overview videos
Each of the projects shortlisted this year provides a learning opportunity for other State Authorities. With that in mind, we have put together some short overview videos of the finalist projects across the various award categories, which you can check out below:
- Long Term Value Award - Finalist Project Video
- People Award - Finalist Project Video
- Adaptive Award - Finalist Project Video
- Collaboration Award - Finalist Project Video
- Education & Learning Award - Finalist Project Video
- NIMS Incident Reporting Award - Finalist Project Video
- NIMS Investigation/Review Award - Finalist Project Video
- NIMS Leader Award - Finalist Project Video