The Development of Risk Management System in Primary Schools

Charoen Srisaenpang, Chaiyuth Sirisuthi, Subunn Ieamvijarn

Abstract


This research aimed to; study the risk management and its process, develop the appropriate risk management system, and figure out the system implemented outcomes in Primary Schools in Northern Part of Thailand. The study was Research and Development (R&D) in nature. The study designed into three phases; investigating the current situations and problems of risk management was designed in the first phase.The risk system development and its implementation were designed the second and third phase. The research tools comprised of focused group discussion forms, semi-structure interview forms, and assessment forms. Percentage, Means, and Standard Deviation (SD) were used as statistic analysis tools. The results showed that; there are four aspects of risks management were employed to view the risk in primary school included strategic, operational, financial, and compliance aspects. Five steps of risk management process included; communication and awareness, identification, risk analysis and assessment, planning and management, and monitoring and evaluation of the risk were found. Based on the Multi-Attributed Consensus Reading (MACR), showed that the developed risk system management was appropriated to apply in primary schools. The implementation outcomes which feedbacks by the implementers showed high performance of staffs, high standard of operational risk management, high quality of works, and high rank of satisfaction by the implementers.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ass.v10n1p43

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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