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Event Management Subject Code: CEM410 4 Lecture 1 Developed & Presented by : Roy Ying Understanding Risk Management for Events Note: Pictures used in this power point file is for academic Purpose only
“ Risk management is the way in which uncertainties are properly identified, judiciously analyzed, and pertinently responded so that they will have the best chance of a beneficial outcome and the least chance of a detrimental one.”
Legal Definition – the event company’s director’s duty of care is measured by his or her own subjective standard. The person’s attributes, education, working experience and intelligence all count towards this standard.
‘ Reasonably practicable’ means that the requirements of the law vary with the degree of risk in a particular activity or environment which must be balanced against the time, trouble and cost of taking measures to control the risk.
In order to satisfy or ‘discharge’ that duty of care you must behave as a ‘reasonable person’ would but taking into account your position , specific skills, knowledge and experience .
The duty of care requires you to consider the consequences of your acts and omissions and to ensure that those acts and/or omissions do not give rise to a foreseeable risk of injury to any other person. Clearly one is not expected to guarantee the safety of others, merely to act reasonably.
A trademark is a sign that distinguishes the goods and services of one trader from those of others.
Typically a trademark can be words (including personal names), indications, designs, letters, characters, numerals, figurative elements, colours, sounds, smells, the shape of the goods or their packaging or any combination of these.
A sign must be capable of being represented graphically in order for it to be registered as a trademark.