Safety Risk Model Risk Profile Tool
The tool combines:
- Relevant hazardous events and precursors from the Safety Risk Model
- National normalisers.
- National average consequences per hazardous event.
- Imports of data from the Safety Management Intelligence System (SMIS) via Jaspersoft.
The tool is an easy to use spreadsheet, which you can download below and open in Microsoft Excel. The current version of the tool is based on SRM v8.5.
Why use the Risk Profile Tool
- Really easy to use
- Provides instant calculation of risk based on your company’s SMIS data – or whatever data you choose to use, which could include considering hypothetical scenarios to aid planning
- Helps companies comply with health and safety legislation (especially Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations and ROGS)
- Generates intelligence that forms part of an evidence base for individual companies and industry groups to make decisions about where to invest time, resource and funds to improve safety and performance even further
- Rail funders and the regulator also want to know that investment is leading to outputs and outcomes which reflect safety aims and an informed understanding of the risk as well as value for money
Key features of this tool
The tool allows users to:
- Select how they view data
- Filter for hazardous events of particular interest
- Put hazardous events out of scope
- Benchmark against the national risk profile
The tool is available as an exclusive membership benefit to RSSB member companies and we can provide training and ongoing support to users.
We have produced 5 short 2-minute videos as a quick-start guide to show you how to import the data into the Tool and select the right parameters and settings to calculate your organisation’s risk profile.
Step 1 - Getting your SMIS data from Jaspersoft
Step 2 - Importing SMIS data into the tool
Step 3 - Setting the scope of your query
Step 4 – Analysis
Step 5 – Results
The RSSB team can also help if you need it, please contact us via the customer self-service portal, using case category Risk and safety data, tools and models.