Dynamic Risk Assessment
The Practical Guide to Making Risk-Based Decisions with the 3-Level Risk Management Model
Dynamic Risk Assessment is the key tool to support a holistic risk management framework. This book aims to help employers, managers and staff alike to understand how they can effectively integrate dynamic risk assessment into business management processes and systems to improve safety.
With tips, examples and solutions throughout, this multi-disciplinary text delivers an effective and comprehensive approach to help you to understand how dynamic risk assessment (DRA) can be integrated into predictive (PRA) and strategic risk assessments (SRA) to enhance your organization’s effectiveness.
The 3-Level Risk Management Model fully supports and complements the systematic ‘five steps to risk assessment’ process
A multi-disciplinary approach to dynamic risk assessment that covers workers operating in teams and those working alone within the public, private and third sectors
Contains practical examples, tips and case studies drawn from a wide range of organizations
The book comes with access to downloadable materials from an accompanying website at: www.routledge.com/cw/dynamic-risk-assessment
Table of Contents
Foreword, Endorsements, Preface, About the authors, Acknowledgements, 1. Introduction to dynamic risk assessment 2. The emergence of dynamic risk assessment 3. The application of predictive risk assessment in the field 4. The 3-level Risk Management Model 5. How to embed the 3-level Risk Management Model within an organisation 6. Using dynamic risk assessment to improve business service delivery 7. Training informed by strategic, predictive and dynamic risk assessments 8. Integrating learning and improvement, Appendix 1 professional organisations related to health and safety and risk management, Glossary of acronyms, Glossary of DRA-related language, References, Bibliography, Index
Stephen Asbury is Managing Director of Corporate Risk Systems Limited, a leading international consulting and training organization. Between 1998 and 2012, he was a member of the Council of IOSH and in 2010, was presented with the IOSH President’s Distinguished Service Award. He has worked in a variety of senior safety and risk management roles in employment and consultancy in over sixty countries on six continents in a career which spans almost thirty years. This is Stephen’s fourth book.
Edmund Jacobs is a Chartered Fellow of IOSH and is currently Head of Profession in the Ministry of Justice for Corporate Fire, Health and Safety. He has worked in the field of occupational health, safety and well-being for nearly twenty-five years and is a member of the IOSH Board of Trustees. Edmund was Chairperson for the London Health and Safety Group (2005-2008) and was awarded the status of Honorary Member. Whilst working for the City of London Police he undertook research into the application of dynamic risk assessment for his Master’s Degree in Occupational Safety and Health.