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This written assignment gives you a chance to demonstrate your knowledge of the key elements of this module. Completing this assignment will prepare you for the final exam at the end of this course. Formulate a response to the following question:
How do we define the cost of risk? Thence explain the difference between a proactive and reactive safety management program and how that difference can affect the “cost of risk”.
This written assignment requires research and distillation of the information provided in the module, text and other readings. Your writings must include proper APA references or no credit can be given. These references may come from the course material and valid internet sources but NO Wikipedia. Assignments are due during the week of the module. Keep your writing assignment accurate and concise. Quality is more important than length. Generally, each assignment question should be between two paragraphs and a page. You must demonstrate in writing that you grasp the concept of the question(s).
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Submit a document containing your response to the questions as an attachment. Include your surname, module number, and title of the assignment in the document name (e.g., surname_M1_CostofRisk).