Analyze the risks associated with the operations in your Integrated Management System.
In the ISO 9001 Standard, Risk Management is not a specific requirement. Risk and/or Risk Management are therefore not emphasized in ISO 9001 clauses as the are in ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001. In the ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 standards, Risk Management is a requirement outlined in Clause 4.3.1 Environmental Aspects, and Clause 4.3.1 Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Determining Controls.
In the specification PAS 99, Risk Management is a requirement outlined in Clause 4.3.1 Identification and Evaluation of Aspects, Impacts and Risks. Paragraph 4.3.1 (a) & (b) requires that an organization establish, implement and maintain a procedure to identify the aspects of its activities, products and services and to evaluate the risks by determining those aspects that have a significant impact.
This PAS 99 Risk Analysis Exercise can be applied to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 & OHSAS 18001 and use as a practical tool by the implementation team.
Our risk analysis exercise is intended to provide a simple approach to risk management that can be applied to all types of products, environmental conditions, and health and safety situations where risks can vary and be very different depending on the nature of the products.
The risk analysis exercise starts with the preparation of process flow diagrams to identify and describe the activities/steps. It continues with the use of an 8-column risk management worksheet that takes you through a series of information gathering actions designed to assist you in deciding whether or not a process step is at risk and taking appropriate corrective actions.
With the risk management package, you will:
- See how flow charts play a role in risk analysis.
- Learn how risks can be introduced at the process steps.
- Describe existing and new risks.
- Assess the significance of described risks.
- Determine if a next step in the process will eliminate or reduce the risks.
- Describe the controls that are in place to eliminate or reduce the risks.
- Decide when a process step is at risk, and
- Take corrective actions.
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- 20 Page Risk Analysis Exercise