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As a business owner, it is inevitable that you will be exposed to risk. The alternative is closing up shop.

Having a good understanding of the risks associated with your business and what can be done to minimize those risks, makes good business sense.

We recommend business owners have a risk management plan.

Risk Management is a process of identifying, assessing and prioritising risks, followed by the application of reasonable resources to minimise, monitor, and control the impact and probability of unfortunate events.

Risk Assessment Briefing

We can help you identify risks and minimizations options by way of a Business Risk Assessment Briefing.

We recommend the Briefing take place at your business premises to allow you to highlight any risks of particular concern to you. This will be followed by a discussion about those risks, the risks we've identified and risk minimisation options.

The Briefing should place you in a better position to then development, implement and monitor your Risk Management Plan.

Gavin Hanrahan - Business, Commercial & Workplace Lawyers in NSW

Risk Management at Turnbull Hill LawyersThe Risk Management Briefing

The Briefing will be geared towards the risks you want to discuss and the steps you can take to eliminate or minimize those risks.

To assist you consider possible areas of risk for discussion, we have set out below some risks that regularly cause problems for business owners:

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