Risk Management is an activity for analysing the fault within a sequence of task. The fault analysis of cycle task entities before the tasks is being performed. The failure occurred can be in form of inconsistency settlement time, insufficient cost (over budget), damage or destruction of property or the occurrence of accidents or incidents during the work process takes place. The Safety Management System is a method for managing and measuring the risk or potential hazard level in a work cycle and attempting to adjust the risk level down to an acceptable risk. Two aspects of risk value in safety management are severity risk and number of probability events. Risk management in the context of hazard control is an analysis job of every business process that exists in the company. The business process is illustrated by a turtle diagram modeling method in which it is equipped with various parameters of the safety management system in order to obtain a picture of the potential hazards in each of the existing business process units. It includes financial systems, production management, logistics management, production planning programs, and quality assurance. The integration of safety systems in each business process unit is monitored and controlled through a HIRA (Hazard Identification Risk Assessment) that contains the value of risk Probability and severity. The HIRA value will be controlled through a data entry mechanism in the form of hazard reporting of all the functions that run the business process. HIRA values are controlled in real time through a computer system so that aspects of risk reduction and any increase can be controlled transparently so that mitigation can be done earlier. Integrated safety management system is a distributed risk control effort that can be controlled and monitored jointly for all the functions of the organization.
Volume 11 | 03-Special Issue