Risk management with Q.wiki

Only if you are aware of a business risk is it possible to respond quickly when necessary – to remain ready for the future in the long run! Therefore, risk prevention in line with ISO 9001:2015 forms a key quality management task. The risk management application from Q.wiki offers impactful help!

All employees report potential errors with the risk app to one central software. Risk managers assess potential negative trends and pro-actively define suitable action with minimum effort. You control them directly with Q.wiki. Thanks to this collaborative approach you boost the risk awareness of your employees while always staying ahead of all unknowns within the enterprise.

Advantages of the risk app

  • active participation of all employees to ensure minimal documentation effort with maximum impact

  • direct quantification of Risk Priority Number for easy-to-compare risks

  • dynamic overview to check the latest risks

  • integrated task management for efficient workflows

  • convenient interlinking of risks with process flows concerned for optimum transparency


How does risk management work in Q.wiki?

1| Collaborative risk identification

A few clicks is all it takes for employees to report potential risks in Q.wiki. The software immediately dispatches an automated message to the risk manager. Following FMEA logic, the manager will assess this proposal based on the relevance of the error sequence, the probability of occurrence, and the likelihood of detection. By applying the calculated Risk Priority Number you decide if you want to accept, dismiss or manage the identified risk.



2| Integrated action management

Establish action and effective follow up with Q.wiki: The integrated action management allows you to work on to-dos together with your team. Direct linking with individual risks lets you check to-dos and their deadlines any time.



3| Complete overview of all risks

All risks can be sorted in a dynamic overview by your preferred criteria. Even by applying the time of the last assessment! This conveniently allows you to rate potential errors at preferred intervals again – creating an active and effective risk management.


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