Managerial Activity

Managerial activities are part of the implementation of risk management techniques that is included in Step Four of the Risk Management process. Managerial activities require the cooperation of other managers.

An example of a managerial activity is when a decision is made to reduce the risk of ergonomic damage to employees by replacing all furniture that is not ergonomically fit. The person who performs this function has to enlist the cooperation of others in dealing with purchasing decisions, personnel decisions, scheduling decisions, janitorial decisions and potentially others.