Our Business Risk Assessment templates are created based on best practices and standards for Risk Assessment. This package has Risk Assessment guidelines, templates, forms and worksheets. Our risk assessment templates will help you to comply with following regulations and standards like HIPAA, FDA, SOX, FISMA, COOP & COG, FFIEC, Basel II and ISO 17799.
These templates can be used by Healthcare organizations, IT departments of different companies, security consulting companies, manufacturing company, servicing companies, financial institutions, educational organizations, law firms, pharmaceuticals & biotechnology companies, telecommunication companies and others.
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List of documents in this Risk Assessment templates package:
Conducting a Risk Assessment Guide
The intention of this document is to help the business conduct a Risk Assessment, which identifies current risks and threats to the business and implement measures to eliminate or reduce those potential risks. This document provides guidance on how to conduct the Risk Assessment, analyze the information that is collected, and implement strategies that will allow the business to manage the risk. The following documents are available to help the business complete the assessment:
- Risk Assessment Template
- Risk Assessment Worksheet
- Facility RA Findings Report
- Executive RA Findings Report
- Examples of Preventative Measures
The Risk Assessment is only part one of an overall Business Assessment. A Business Assessment is separated into two constituents, Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis (BIA). The Risk Assessment is intended to measure present vulnerabilities to the business’s environment, while the Business Impact Analysis evaluates probable loss that could result during a disaster. To maximize the Risk Assessment, a Business Impact Analysis should also be completed.
Table of Contents of Conducting a Risk Assessment
Objectives of the Risk Assessment
Risk Assessment Process
What Should Be Included?
Steps to Follow
ASSESSING YOUR RISK
Identifying Risks / Threats
Probability of Occurrence
Vulnerability to Risk
Preventative Measures in Place
ANALYZING THE RESULTS
Review Interview Notes
Report the Results
FINAL REPORT & PRESENTATION
Creation of Executive Report
Presenting the Results
KEYS FOR SUCCESS
Senior Management Support
Effective Data Gathering Tools
Appendix A: Risk Assessment Survey
Appendix B: Risk Assessment Worksheet
Appendix C: Facility Risk Assessment Report
Appendix D: Executive Risk Assessment Report
Appendix E: Examples of Preventative Measures
The following list contains examples of preventative measures that can be implemented by the company to mitigate the potential risks that currently exist. Some of these activities may be achievable easily, as to where some may take more time and more resources.
These risks are usually associated with weather related events: flooding, high winds, severe storms, tornado, hurricane, fire, high winds, snow storms, and ice storms.
Risk / Threat
- Move large and heavy objects to the fall to prevent injury (from falling on people.)
- Equipment tie-downs are used on all critical computer equipment.
- Emergency power is available on-site.
- Earthquake construction guidelines have been adhered to so that damage can be minimized.
- Critical data and vital records should be backed up and sent offsite for storage.
- Staff should be trained in Earthquake evacuations and safety.
These risks are usually associated with man-made type of events: Bomb threats, vandalism, terrorism, civil disorder, sabotage, hazardous waste, work stoppage (internal/external), and computer crime.
Risk / Threat
|Staff Productivity Risks
- Alternate sources of trained employees have been identified
- Proper training and necessary cross-training is conducted
- Files are backed up and procedures are documented
- The work areas are comfortable and safe
These risks are usually associated with exposures from surrounding facilities, businesses, government agencies, etc.
Risk / Threat
Hazardous Materials Plant
- There is a nightly backup of data processing electronic record and that backup is stored off-site
- The off-site backup facility is a sufficient distance away from this facility
- An alternate site has been identified for use in the event that this facility is unusable
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