March 24, 2021

The Anatomy of a Bad Decision: Risk Management

Recorded March 31 - We kicked off our seminar series with a dive into Risk Management with tools to avoid accident and be more safe.

Each month on the last Wednesday at 7pm EST, we will bring you a deep dive into a topic of interest to small boat professional captains. 

The Anatomy of a Bad Decision: Risk Management

Good Captains know that the road to Hell is paved with good intentions. While underway and even ashore, we face risks of an unparalleled nature to many workplaces. Our job is dynamic and oftentimes unpredictable. Our boats are small, but our jobs are big. The chance of making a well-intentioned bad decision on the job is high! What do we do to keep our good intentions flowing into good decisions and avoid the perils of good decisions gone bad? Risk Management is the answer! Join in the discussion as our Founder, Capt. Kent Dresser and the Leadership Team at the Professional Captains Association discuss ways to effectively manage risk on the job.

Learn valuable topics including:

  • Decision-making
  • Hazard v. Risk
  • The Risk Matrix
  • The Risk Assessment Cycle
  • Risk Control
  • and much more...!

This seminar will count towards annual Professional Development credits for PCA members that are participating in our upcoming Commitment to Excellence Program and is free for everybody to join! We hope to see you there!

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