mgt455 | undergraduate
Risk Management In The Hospitality Industry
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Loss Control and Risk Management Applications
- Identify methods of loss control and risk reduction.
- Differentiate between risk management and loss control.
Business Property Risk Management
- Propose methods for property-casualty risk management.
- Identify types of property and liability risks in a business.
- Describe options for controlling indirect loss.
Risk Management and Employees
- Analyze the relationship between employee benefits and risk management.
- Explain the function of the Workers' Compensation Policy.
- Develop safety programs to reduce risk in the workplace.
Risk Management and Business Liabilities
- Differentiate between the three catagories of business liability.
- Analyze how risk management influences business and shareholder value.
- Recommend strategies to reduce risk in a business.
Risk and Risk Management
- Identify types of business risk.
- Explain the purpose of risk management.
- Assess the business risk exposure associated with hospitality management.
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