Risk assessment is a valuable tool in the overall company health and safety management plan. However, sometimes the problem is that it becomes a "task" in itself rather than an integral part of your overall security management.
If you can get the added benefit of an assessment, use it as the basis for all of your safety management by including it in your public safety documents and safety inspections.
Risk assessment, in simple terms, is the process of identifying hazards, identifying controls for managing hazard risks, and calculating a risk (or hazard) measure.
Although we use assessment as a stand-alone element, too often it can become an integral part of your risk management strategy even if it is used to its fullest.
Depending on the size of your company and your security documents, there is room in this document for a risk assessment. Especially in companies where the same threats and controls persist for long periods of time or where the same threats are repeated in a branch of the company.
They are used as templates for controls that companies should apply universally. They allow clear guidelines and rules to be created and basic templates to be created for each site. While there is no such thing as the same job in today's corporate branding world, the important significance is how many offices in a company are alike.