Risk analysis system
A robust risk analysis provides your company with all the data you need to be able to make carefully considered decisions about measures linked with risk. This helps to prevent nonconformities, accidents and other adverse events linked with your business.
Identify and limit risk
The Landax risk module operates in accordance with the description for ISO 31000, and is well-suited to identifying and limiting risk. This solution this dynamic is regards risk types and supports elements such as FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis), risk and vulnerability analyses and a number of other process types. This also includes NSO, JSA, environmental conditions, etc.
Optimised for your use
Landax provides you with the opportunity to report risk both at enterprise level and in the special areas that you need – in the format you prefer. This module has good reports for everything from locations, equipment and workflow (processes), to nonconformities, tasks and projects.
This solution can be optimised for your own particular business by setting up customer acceptance levels, colour indications and reports, and a number of parameters as well.
Risk reports on:
- Management processes
- Support processes
- Work processes
- Documents (e.g. an agreement)
- Specific tasks (JSAs)
- Production lines (HACCP)
Landax gives you user-friendly reports in your preferred format.
You can use the risk module to define risk for a number of impact types such as:
- Delivery capability
The risk module can also be set up to cover environmental impact analysis, with impact types such as:
- Emissions to air
- Emissions to ground
- Emissions to water
You can implement action plan in order to reduce risk. This includes tasks that describe what should be done, when it should be done and who is responsible for ensuring that the measures are completed. When the measures have been implemented, it is possible to create a new assessment of the event and archive the previous assessment in history. The historical development of the risk pattern for this event gradually becomes apparent.
It is possible to create local assessments in addition to a general risk analysis. The risk of identified events may differ between departments and locations. This can be documented in Landax by linking a general risk analysis to the department/location and then creating a local assessment.