The three categories in a Risk Identification Model

Why use categories?A way of structuring a risk identification model is by using categories. A category is a risk cluster which clusters risks according to area of (possible) occurrence. I use the following three categories, and do further clustering within a category according to types (a post on this to follow later): Environment (risks related … Continue reading The three categories in a Risk Identification Model

5 reasons for using a risk (identification) model

A frequently asked question“Why do you insist on using a risk (identification) model as the basis for risk management? We can easily do this without a model” It’s a question that comes up on occasion when I am teaching risk management or executing a risk assessment. It’s a relevant question. I’ve put together 5 good … Continue reading 5 reasons for using a risk (identification) model