Risk management ISO 31000

The TECSA S.r.l. team is largely made up of technical experts in both qualitative and quantitative risk analysis and assessment techniques and in the design and verification of management systems. These skills have led to a high degree of specialisation in risk management consultancy, particularly in compliance with the general requirements of the ISO 31000 standard, for which they also conduct dissemination and training activities given the wide applicability of the principles. In fact, regardless of the type, entity, size and complexity of an organisation, the rules of our country on safety (in the workplace, fire prevention, relevant risks, data, food, quality, environment) and not only, increasingly require the adoption of organisational systems that cover risk management, which can be effective if the principles of the ISO 31000 standard, which is dedicated to this delicate aspect, are respected.

TECSA S.r.l. is able to ensure an effective implementation of the “Risk Management” process in organizations, as provided for by ISO 31000, also on the basis of the guidelines provided by ISO/TR 31004 and by implementing one or more methodologies recognized by IEC/ISO 31010 on the basis of the company context, the analysis of needs, experience and skills of the organization, the objectives to be pursued.

The activities are supervised by Director Luca Fiorentini who is a PECB-certified Senior Lead Risk Manager, as well as a PECB-certified trainer for the conduct of ISO 31000 certification courses for risk managers. On the page relating to training courses, the next appointments for courses dedicated to risk managers are indicated.

Through a partnership with the company CGE, which provides innovative software solutions in the field of enterprise risk management, TECSA S.r.l. is able to support clients in the implementation of management systems, compliant with ISO 31000, based on “barrier based” approaches and developed around risk analysis and assessment methodologies such as Bow-Tie and LOPA analysis as well as methodologies for the analysis of operational experience and identification of root causes such as BFA (Barrier Failure Analysis).

This approach is extensively discussed in a volume in Italian written by Luca Fiorentini and Rosario Sicari.