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Quantitative Risk Analysis

  • Do you have sufficient data, time, and resources?

  • Reevaluate if you need to perform quantitative risk analysis.

  • What kind of information or insight do you hope to gain from performing this risk analysis?

  • What data will you include?

  • What data will you not include?

  • What quantitative risk analysis method are you planning on using?

  • Please specify.

  • Is data compatible with the selected method?

  • Is data organized / ready for analysis?

  • Do you need additional tools to perform this analysis?

  • What tools do you need?

  • Is it possible for you to get these tools?

  • Who do you need to talk to or what must be done for you to obtain these tools?

  • Who will perform this analysis?

  • Please indicate your role and position in your organization or with regards to the project:

  • Are you ready to perform the analysis?

  • Please indicate their name, role and position in your organization.

  • How can you contact this person?

  • Will you be collaborating with him/her/them?

  • Check if this person is ready to perform the analysis.

  • Are you and this person ready to perform the analysis?

  • Please indicate their name, profession, and relation to your organization.

  • Will you be able to keep in contact with this person?

  • If the Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) method was selected: https://public-library.safetyculture.io/products/fmea-template

  • If the Business Impact Analysis (BIA) method was selected: https://public-library.safetyculture.io/products/business-impact-analysis-template

  • If the Expected Monetary Value (EMV) method was selected, use the following formula on each risk: Probability in % of Risk Occurring x Cost of Impact in Preferred Currency = EMV

  • Have all results been recorded?

  • Briefly describe the results.

  • What have you learned from this risk analysis?


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