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A good example of composite risk management is when an army is preparing to go to war. It is exposed to the risk of damage to equipment, injury and fatalities. Before an army embarks on a mission, it ensures that all of ... More »

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Composite risk management is a decision-making tool used by the army to identify, assess and control hazards that can kill or injure recruits, damage equipment, or otherwise hinder operations, functions and missions. CRM... More »

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A composite risk management, or CRM, basic course is given by the military to introduce the CRM process. All army soldiers have to complete the coursework during basic combat training, but they may also take the course o... More »

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The first step in the Army's composite risk management (CRM) process is to identify hazards. This helps determine the risk involved and the most effective way to determine controls to reduce or eliminate hazards. More »

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The Army training management cycle is a process used by the U.S. military to train soldiers to accomplish different goals during wartime. The cycle breaks down into three primary phases: to assess, plan and execute in ac... More »

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The tool the U.S. Army uses to assess risk levels is a chart called a risk-assessment matrix. The side of the chart lists degrees of severity of possible outcomes, from negligible to catastrophic. The top of the chart li... More »

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The purpose of the U.S. Army TRiPS program is to evaluate the risk of planned travel in a privately owned vehicle. It is a risk management system that requires an individual risk assessment and a dialogue with a supervis... More »

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