Risk Analysis

Risk Analysis

Your challenges

Your challenges

  • Successfully completing your project within budget, on time and with the expected level of quality
  • Taking into account and reducing the risks arising from your installations from the design stage, and especially those that can affect the health and safety of employees or the environment
  • Managing the company while limiting risks to its industrial activities from all its stakeholders
  • Presenting an image of your business or project as a responsible player

Your goals

Conducting a Needs Analysis in order to:

  • Identify and evaluate the risks and help make decisions about the most effective and least costly actions to take
  • Improving communication between the key people in a project or a company by sharing uncertainties that threaten the project or business activity
  • Controlling risks and providing support in the decisions to be taken when leading a project or a business activity
  • Implementing a clear, prioritised risk management action plan shared by all
Your goals
Our method

Our method

schema-analyse-des-risques-optidia-262x300_ENRisk Analyses are based primarily on these standards:

  • Project risk management: FDX 50-117
  • Analysis of risks affecting health, safety and the environment:
    • FMECA, failure mode, effects and criticality analysis: EN 60-812 standard
    • HAZOP, Hazard and Operability study: IEC 61-882 standard

Risk Analyses are based primarily on these standards:

  • A preparatory phase involving the project manager or company management to understand the roles involved and the specific features of the project or activity and define the goals and scope of the Risk Analysis
  • A working group phase – with the group consisting of key people from the project team or management committee – to identify, describe and evaluate the risks and identify actions to take to control them
  • The delivery of a risk register, which can be modified later by your teams, summarising all the risks, the action plans to be implemented and a dashboard of indicators for monitoring and communication purposes

The delivery of a report containing information on the methodology used and the organisation put in place to ensure that risks are controlled in the long term

Our approach

A Risk Analysis is a continuing approach for managing the project and your activities.
Risk management is a tool for the management and supervision of industrial projects and processes.
A Risk Analysis is not supposed to be “scary” – it is a tool to help you control your activities or your project by choosing your actions
This is why our consultancy approach is based on:

  • Understanding the specific features of your project and your business in order to select the most appropriate methodology for identifying risks comprehensively, a crucial stage in risk analysis
  • Choosing simple, open, modifiable analysis tools for daily use
  • Preparing concise, prioritised action plans to ensure they will be implemented
  • Defining a long-term organisation to put the continuous risk management process in place
  • Involving all the key players in the project or business activities to ensure the risks are comprehensively identified and facilitate communication and consensus about the actions to take
Our approach
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Contact us
To optimise your projects and processes, contact  Cécile Danion Project & Process Optimisation Consultant & coach OPTIDIA 4B rue de la Doulline 69340 Francheville - France T +33 (0)6 43 57 40 19 @ cecile.danion@optidia.com Retrouvez-moi sur Viadeo Retrouvez-moi sur Linkedin
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My goals: adapting to your context, establishing a relationship of trust while asking tough questions, bringing my high standards and rigour to every mission you entrust to me.

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Targeting continuous improvement and quality for her clients, Cécile Danion, industrial project management and process performance consultant and founder of Optidia, is a certified member of the AQCERA consultants' network, the Association of Consultancy Quality – www.aqcera.net labels
Standardised methods
  • Value Management
  • Project risk management

Good preparation before the workshops. [...] During the workshop, very good grasp of the subject. Good soft skills during the workshops (you challenge without being brusque) […]"VT, portfolio manager, pharmaceutical industry

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