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Prevention and Risk Analysis Transparency International GGGS-Workshop Cyprus December 1, 2012 www.transparency.org


Overview

 What is a Risk?  What is Prevention?  What is Risk Analysis?  What negative consequences a risk can have?


What is a Risk?  Incident/development that may have a negative impact (opposite: Chance)  To assess a risk you have to take into account – Probability of incident really going to happen – Range and severity of consequences

 Example: Accident in – Minigolf – Cycling – Formel 1


What is Prevention?  Prevention is two-fold – To prevent the incident that may have a negative impact – To prevent/mitigate the negative impact Far-sighted avoidance of problems

 Example: Cycling – Only well informed athletes on public road; follow the rules; drive carefully – Wear a helmet; have an insurance – Make sure athletes follow instructions


What is Prevention? Prevention means to  Avoid  Deter (in case of perpetrators)  Mitigate – Protect – Help – Heal


What is Prevention?

Motive

Acting Person Opportunity

Justification


What is Risk Analysis?  To prevent problems in advance you have to know – Your potential risks‘ probability – Range and severity of consequences

 To know your risks a list of possible risks is helpful  To analyze your risks you to have to assess in detail – Probability – Consequences


Negative Consequences  Death  Injuries/health problems  Psychological/Social problems  Financial damage (direct)  Instability  Reputation – Lost trust/credibility Possible indirect financial damage

 Resources needed for dealing with the problem


Any Questions? Thank You!

Prevention and Risk Analysis  

Presentation by Sylvia Schenk and Christoph Geissler, Transparency Internatioanl, at GGGS 2nd Workshop, Cyprus November 2012

Prevention and Risk Analysis  

Presentation by Sylvia Schenk and Christoph Geissler, Transparency Internatioanl, at GGGS 2nd Workshop, Cyprus November 2012

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