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ERA Risk Management

A Risk Management Decision should be derived directly from the Risk Characterisation based on the question, "Does the Risk Characterisation indicate that adverse effects to receptors are likely?" There are several likely permutations which can have various outcomes.

At all levels, risk management decisions should take into account not only the effect of continued exposure of the receptor to contamination but also the effect of any remedial action proposed.

Making a Risk Management Decision entails deciding which of a variety of options are the most appropriate. These options typically include:

  • do nothing
  • monitoring
  • prevention
  • remediation
  • decommissioning.

 

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