How to perform Risk Assessment using Antenor Risk Management System

Risk Assessment considers the hazard presented in a task or activityv. This procedure explains how to do this and may also be applied with any tool used.

  • Identifying Title & Scope & Risk Group of the task to be performed:
    • Examples are HSE/Workshop/Equipment/Economical
    • Choose and Fill out Risk Owner group and Responsible for action group
    • Fill out other specified fields.
  • Choose facilitators and participants for the current RA
  • Select Matrix related to the RA: Risk Matrix may be customized to fit each customer needs.

  • How to identify affected parties:
    • Personal – Risk involving life and health.
    • Asset – Risk related to the business, and its services, productions, operations, buildings, infrastructure. Other Economic and material values of the company.
    • Environment – Risk related to the environment aspects
    • Reputation – Risk that negatively impact company brand’s reputation and image in the marketplace.
  • For each undesired event:
      • Discuss what may cause event to occur.
      • Estimate the Probability of the event occurring (using criteria)
      • Identify all Consequences of the occurring event and its degree of severity.
  • How to identify degree of severity:
      • High: Potential for extreme consequences, significant associated probability of such consequences and/ or uncertainty.
      • Moderate: Potential for moderate consequences.
      • Low: No potential for serious consequences.
  • Identify Risk = Consequence x Probability
  • Assign action for Risk Reducing Measure (RRM): Human, Technological and Organizational.
  • Apply Preventive measure (Probability – reducing measure).
  • Apply Mitigation measure (Consequences – reducing measure)
  • Evaluate Risk after Risk Reducing Measure are in place.
  • Evaluate if Risk in acceptable or not. Acceptable – execute task. Not – review or replace task.

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