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Risk Assessment

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Can some body explain me the process of computing risk assessment in SAP EHS. As far as my understanding goes, it is computed based on qualitative method and parameters used are probability and severity. How much alteration, we can do in risk matrix in backend. Can we change the logic of computing the risk assessment without changing the standard SAP System or we need to go for customization.

Please guide on this.

Vikram

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 08:05 AM

    Hello Vikram

    In IHS - you have four types of analysis methods available i.e. Measured value - reference value, Comparision of standard value, Summated rating and Questionaire method. Now coming to your understanding whether " probability arond severity" is used - yes is the answer but it also considers rating category and rating. You can change matrix size, chage the default risk calculation and a BAdI is available for changing the method. check it under Risk assessment - BAdIs.

    Thanks

    Jayakumar .

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  • Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 01:20 PM

    Changing a risk matrix would need customization. I would suggest you not to customize it and insist/convince your client to use the standard matrix available in Risk Assessment.

    Thanks,

    Akash

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