The study aimed to examine the effect of human resource skills (technical skills, intellectual skills, and communication skills) on risk management (risk identification, risk transfer, and risk reduction) in AL-Manhal Contracting EST in Jordan. The study was conducted on a sample of (226) employees in the company. The study used a descriptive and analytical method. The results indicated that there are high levels of human resource skills, preceded by technical skills, then communication skills, and finally intellectual skills. As for the dimensions of risk management, the results indicated that there is a high level of risk identification, while risk transfer and risk reduction came at medium levels. The results showed that there is a significant effect of human resource skills on risk management.