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Risk Assessment Steps
1. look for hazard or opportunit y.
Identify the hazards that can cause harm or the opportunities for gain that are uncertain.
2. Consequence Assessmen t
Decide who or what may be harmed or benefited in what ways. Gather and analyze the relevant data. Characterize the consequences and their uncertainty qualitatively and quantitatively.
3. Likelihood Assessmen t
Assess the benefit of various adverse and beneficial consequences. Characterize these likelihoods and their uncertainty qualitatively and quantitatively.
4. Risk Characterizatio n
Estimate the probability of occurrence, the severity of adverse consequences and the magnitude of potential gains, including attendant uncertainties, of the hazards and opportunities identified based on the evidence in the preceding steps. Characterize the risk qualitatively or quantitatively with appropriate attention to baseline and residual risks, risk reductions, transformations and transfers.
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risk management (RM) guidance and techniques are in AR 385-10. These two documents are designed to be complementary, and in tandem, they provide guidance on the implementation of RM throughout the Army.
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Risk assessment is step one in the risk analysis process. The goal of this step is to gather the information and do the analytical work necessary to make decisions and solve problems. Risk...
Five steps of Risk Management: (1) Identify the hazards (2) Assess the hazards (3) Develop controls & make decisions (4) Implement controls (5) Supervise and evaluate (Step numbers not equal to numbered items on form)
The Army uses two similar hazard assessment matrices. a. The following risk assessment matrix from AR 385-10 is used when a hazard is identified in a normal workplace that could be covered under the Occupational Safety and Health Act standards (table 3-1). b. A risk assessment matrix from Army doctrine used for operational hazards is at table 3-2.
Table 3-1. Risk Assessment Matrix S E V E R I T Y CATASTROPHIC CRITICAL MARGINAL NEGLIGIBLE PROBABILITY Frequent Likely Occasional Seldom Unlikely E E E H H H H H A B C D E I III II IV M M M M M L...
the Risk Management (RM) process and Deliberate Risk Assessment Worksheet (DRAW). RM is the process of identifying, assessing, and controlling risks arising from operational factors and making decisions that balance risk cost with mission benefits. The Army uses risk management (RM) to help maintain combat power while ensuring mission
Risk Assessment Steps. 1. Look for Hazard or Opportunit y. Identify the hazards that can cause harm or the opportunities for gain that are uncertain. 2. Consequence Assessmen t. Decide who or what may be harmed or benefited in what ways. Gather and analyze the relevant data.