Supply Chain Risk, Safety and Security

Components of Risk


LO-M30-T03-001: Name components of risk (L1)
LO-M30-T03-002: Define source (L1)
LO-M30-T03-003: State what are causes in risk (L1)
LO-M30-T03-004: Describe events in supply chain risk (L2)
LO-M30-T03-005: Explain that consequences may vary for the same event (L2)
LO-M30-T03-006: Describe the typical sources of risks in supply chain (L2)
LO-M30-T03-007: Demonstrate the linkage between the components of risk with an example (L3)
LO-M30-T03-008: Model the sources, causes, events and consequence for your organisation (L4)
LO-M30-T03-009: Evaluate the important sources of risks for your organisation (L6)
LO-M30-T03-0010: Illustrate with an example that near misses need to be tracked for risk management (L3)

The learning outcome questions are structured based on Bloom’s Taxonomy. The learning outcome questions fall under six levels of cognitive learning such as

L1 - Knowledge: Remember previously learned information.
L2 - Comprehension: Demonstrate an understanding of the facts.
L3 - Application: Apply knowledge to actual situations.
L4 - Analysis: Break down objects or ideas into simpler parts and find evidence to support generalizations.
L5 - Synthesis: Compile component ideas into a new whole or propose alternative solutions.
L6 - Evaluation: Make and defend judgments based on internal evidence or external criteria.

Fhyzics Bloom’s Taxonomy Guidelines

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