The CRIOP methodology step by step - implementation and follow up

The aim of this section is to describe how the results from a CRIOP should be used and followed up.

The report from the CRIOP analysis should be given to the management in the organisation responsible which initiated the analysis. The report should contain:

  • The checklists from the General Analysis
  • Documented weak points and recommendations from the General Analysis
  • Documented weak points and recommendations from the Scenario Analysis
  • Result from safety barrier analysis and recommendations

The weak points and recommendations from the report should be analysed by relevant personnel with clear lines for responsibility regarding follow-up. An action plan should be established, documenting points that are resolved and not resolved. An action is based on a recommendation but may be adjusted taking into consideration budgetary limits, available resources and target date. Short and long term actions must be described. The responsible person for each recommendation should as soon as possible make a plan for actions and deadline for following through.

Published August 25, 2011

Carry out a CRIOP analysis

Prepare and organize

General analysis

Scenario analysis

Implementation and follow up

CRIOP analysis carried out

                                                                                   

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Contact person: Stig Ole Johnsen