Trespass Risk Analysis

Guidance is provided in Level and form of Risk Analysis on how to choose a form of risk analysis.

Two forms of risk estimation are noted here, namely Quantified Risk Estimation and Risk rating.

Quantified Risk Estimation

Quantified Risk Estimation for trespass requires data on the likelihood of fatal and major injuries. It is an assessment of the risks associated with hazard(s), where risk is defined as a combination of the rate of the occurrence of the hazard or hazardous event causing harm (the frequency) and the degree of severity of the harm (the consequence). Quantified Risk Estimation involves the use of incident data.

Risk Rating

Risk rating is a semi-quantitative form of analysis. It can be applied by use of location specific incident data and knowledge of the location. It uses qualitative and quantitative information to create ratings, such as rating Frequency from Very low to Very High. The risk rating method provided here is specific to trespass. It identifies factors that influence the frequency and consequence of trespass and methods for rating these factors.

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