Estimate Risk

Two-day session to learn how to estimate risk and review risk results

Overview

Estimate Risk

Two-day session to learn how to estimate risk and review and validate risk results. In addition to knowing how to utilize software tools to estimate risk, there are key processes that the risk analyst must follow to obtain valid risk results. This course focuses on those key areas including how to estimate production loss consequence, document risk assumptions and results, and validate risk results. Use of RBI software to enable these processes is included in this training.

Course Topics

  • Calculate Risk
  • Review Risk Results
  • Define Integrity Operating Windows (IOWs)
  • Determine Production Loss Consequence

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