Risk Management

Risk management is a systematic, repeating set of interrelated activities designed to manage potential risks – i.e. to limit the likelihood of their occurrence or reduce their impact. The purpose of risk management is to avoid problems or negative phenomena, avoid crisis management and avoid problems.

Part of the risk management process is:

  • risk analysis, risk prioritisation according to the degree of their significance, or
  • risks priority, and subsequently adoption of a set of specific exclusion measures, or
  • minimising risks or reducing their adverse impact,
  • monitoring risk management measures effectiveness and monitoring the way they’re implemented is part of the management.

When assessing risks that may adversely affect the achievement of objectives and goals, their identification and subsequent analysis of their causes are paramount. These activities are the basis for finding an optimal way of managing risks in an organisation. Risk management in ATTIS software allows you to implement and maintain a risk management system including a risk map and their links to processes, agendas and measures.

Support for risk management in the ATTIS software enables:

  • maintaining a clear record and classification of risks
  • evaluating the organisation’s risks and define measures to remedy them
  • assigning risks to their owners (responsible persons) and authorised personnel
  • linking risks with processes
  • monitoring the effectiveness of the measure (link to KPIs)
  • to clearly overview the risk map

Outputs in ATTIS software :

  • visualising all risks in a clear risk map
  • printing cards and risk catalogues
  • an overview of the risks included in each group
  • an overview of the risks associated with job positions (specific workers), organisational units
  • an overview of the risks associated with the company’s processes, agendas and activities
  • an overview of measure performance effectiveness