In a risk assessment, potential events and consequences are considered. In this course, we focus on unwanted events such as failures and accidents. This could be, for example, a gas leak or afire at an oil platform, that equipment stops working during an operation in a hospital, or that an accident occurs during the execution of a work task. The risk analysis process consists of three phases:
2) Risk assessment
3) Risk management
This course shows how these phases can be planned and implemented in practice. There are many guidelines and standards on how a risk assessmentcan be carried out, and many are adapted to particular industries and professional areas. This course presents a general approach that can be used in most industries.
•Introduction:What is risk? What is the purpose of a risk assessments?
•Risk assessment and risk management:Description of the steps in a risk assessment, what is important to look out for in the various steps, and how the risk assessment can be applied in risk management.
•Risk analysis methods:There are numerous risk assessment methods that are suitable for looking at different issues. An introduction is given to some of these; Hazid/ course risk analysis, SJA, HAZOP, FMEA and QRA. It’s crucial to choose a method that is well adapted to the problem you are looking at.
STANDARDS REFERRED TO IN THIS COURSE
- ISO 31000:2018 Risk Management
HOW WILL THIS COURSE BENEFIT ME, AND MY COMPANY?
After completing the course, participants should be able to understand what a risk assessment is and have knowledge of the relevant steps. Participants will also have basic knowledge of:
•Different risk analysis methods.
•Choice of risk analysis methods within the three main categories; simplified risk assessment, standard risk assessment and model-based risk assessment.
•Typical pitfalls for planning and carrying out risk assessments.
•Understanding how risk assessments can contribute to decision support.
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