Glossary of risk-related terminology
Core subjects of risk analysis
Fundamental principles of risk analysis
Foundations of risk analysis (discussion paper)
Safety Science special issue on Risk Analysis Validation and Trust in Risk management, edited by Floris Goerlandt, Nima Khakzad, Genserik Reniers.
An Emerging New Risk Analysis Science: Foundations and Implications, Terje Aven, Risk Analysis.
The flaws of the ISO 31000 conceptualisation of risk, Terje Aven, Editorial, Journal of Risk and Reliability.
Risk assessment and risk management: Review of recent advances on their foundation, Terje Aven, Invited review, European Journal of Operational Research.
Implications of black swans to the foundations and practice of risk assessment and management, Terje Aven, Reliability Engineering & System Safety.
How some types of risk assessments can support resilience analysis and management, Terje Aven, Reliability Engineering & System Safety.
Improving risk characterisations in practical situations by highlighting knowledge aspects, with applications to risk matrices, Terje Aven, Reliability Engineering & System Safety.
How the definition of security risk can be made compatible with safety definitions, Øystein Amundrud, Terje Aven, Roger Flage, Journal of Risk and Reliability.
Emerging risk – Conceptual definition and a relation to black swan type of events, Roger Flage, Terje Aven, Reliability Engineering & System Safety.
A template for and some examples of “High quality risk analysis examples” have been developed and can be found at the link above. These will be introduced at the FRASG lunch meeting at the 2019 Annual Meeting.
A short video introduction of the Core Subjects of Risk Analysis document, as seen through the eyes of Professor Terje Aven. The Core Subjects of Risk Analysis document itself may be downloaded here. The document covers five main topics: 1. Fundamentals; 2. Risk Assessment; 3. Risk Perception and Communication; 4. Risk Management and Governance; and 5. […]