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The development of the sustainability path is strictly connected to a structured analysis of the risks inherent in the complexity of the processes, in the correct application of the mandatory rules, in the management of adverse events, in the definition of the objectives. The Risk Management process developed by KEISDATA guides this analysis and helps to seize and develop new opportunities for improvement.

The Risk Management process is applied in the KRC® IT Platform according to the ISO 31000 standard, which allows the best management of the various types of risk (strategic, operational, currency, market, compliance, etc.), through a system univocal control and is integrated into a collaborative model.

The ISO 31000:2018 Guideline proposes a model of risk management and integration of the same in the company management system. The new ISO 27001:2014 Safety Information, ISO 9001:2015 Quality, ISO14001:2015 Environment, published or soon to be published (ISO 45001:2017 Health and Safety), make the concept of risk explicit and embedded in a system approach where it is it is necessary to make a threat-opportunity analysis.

The approach per processes, their management and interaction, in KRC® aims to achieve the expected results in accordance with the policies and the strategic direction of the organization. Risk management has shifted from the risk of an event occurring to risk as an effect of uncertainty about the objectives. The contribution of KEISDATA in risk management is to help managers more effectively to consider decisions on actual and weighted risks, in order to achieve their goals and find the best allocation of resources, taking into account uncertainty.

Risk Management requires a shared cultural approach that KEISDATA has implemented in KRC® allowing a selective and timely activation of the knowledge held by people.