Hazard identification is an important part of risk management, because no action can be made to avoid, or mitigate in a timely way, the risk derived from unidentified hazards. The hazard identification process also has a large potential for human error, with little or no feedback pertaining to those errors. Theoretical and practical limitations affecting results of the hazard identification process suggest a need for an improvement of current techniques. For this reason, a specific method, named dynamic procedure for atypical scenarios identification, was conceived to provide comprehensive hazard identification of industrial systems, joined to a process of continuous improvement of the results of the assessment. It is a method for the continuous systematization of information from early risk signals and provides support for the assessment of potential accident scenarios in compliance with the five main hazard identification principles.