Risk Management

The process to be used in Risk Management is defined in the 402/2013 CSM-RA (Common Safety Method – Risk Assessment) regulation. The purpose of its publication is to develop a common method for controlling risks and making transparent decisions among railway actors. The CSM-RA regulation is now legally binding in Europe and does not require any national regulation.

RAGEM provides Risk Management service for proper implementation of Risk Management process, preparation of tasks, analyzes and outputs according to CSM 402/2013/EU regulation.

What are we doing?

Significant Change Assessment

After the preliminary system definition regarding the change to be made, it is questioned whether it is related to safety and whether it is important. If there is an important change that affects safety, the process defined in the regulation is started to be implemented.

System Definition

The definition of the system to be changed (interfaces, functions, scope) is made.

Hazard Management

Hazards that may arise in relation to the system are determined and classified.

Determination of Risk Acceptance Criteria

Risk acceptance criteria are determined for risks arising from hazards. Risk assessment is carried out to control the acceptance of risks.

Safety Requirements

Safety requirements are defined for the identified risks.

Evidence of Safety

Evidence of fulfillment of safety requirements is carried out.

All transactions are recorded in the “Hazard Record” document, and an independent assessment body (Assessment Body – AsBo) evaluates whether the process is applied correctly and the results are appropriate, and a “Safety Assessment Report” is prepared at the end.