- Identify the assessments you believe are needed for each risk management option in the Risk Management Options and Assessment Table.
- If necessary, add other assessments that do not appear on the table.
- If specialised expertise is needed, note this in the “expertise required” area of the table.
Some commonly required assessments
- Blood safety risk assessment
- Health economics and outcomes assessment
- Operational risk assessment
- Stakeholder assessment
- Contextual assessment (which may involve concerns about risk perceptions, ethics, trust, equity, legal issues, and jurisdictional factors )
Stage 2 Checklist
Before you proceed to the next stage, make sure you have:
- Defined the risk issue, decision driver, and assessment question
- Created a list of risk management options to consider
- Determined the assessments to carry out later