Developing and Evaluating Management Options

Developing and Evaluating Management Options builds upon the results from the baseline review, and goal setting. The development and evaluation of risk management options can be accomplished by:

  1. Developing a list of possible response actions, technologies and process;
  2. Preliminary screening of the list;
  3. Qualitative screening of the list; and
  4. Semi-quantitative evaluation of selected approaches on the list.

The suggested output is an evaluation of the advantages and drawbacks of possible risk reduction options that could be used to prevent, or reduce, the risk of concern. The last step (iv) ties into the policy making process.


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