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Organisational and Methodical Mechanism of Managing Technical Risks


  • Tsimbalyuk Olga V.

    () (The National Metallurgical Academy of Ukraine)


The article is devoted to substantiation of organisational and methodical management of technical risks of an enterprise on the basis of monitoring conducted under conditions of the expert and analytical system. Creation of an organisational mechanism of monitoring the technical risk under conditions of the expert and analytical system is based on a multi-aspect evolution approach. The main structural elements of the monitoring system are data bases and knowledge bases that provide information and methodical instruments to those who make decisions. Organisational and methodical mechanism of study of technical risks has significant specific features depending on a stage at which it is realised: first stage - conduct of a forecast assessment of possible events and their consequences, second stage - regulation of a risk event and assessment of its influence upon results of an enterprise activity. Such a mechanism would allow ensuring a system approach to managing a technical risk from one unit of equipment to a whole enterprise in general and ground the size of the expected damage and also its reasons, place of appearance and zone of responsibility.

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  • Tsimbalyuk Olga V., 2013. "Organisational and Methodical Mechanism of Managing Technical Risks," Business Inform, RESEARCH CENTRE FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT PROBLEMS of NAS (KHARKIV, UKRAINE), Kharkiv National University of Economics, issue 9, pages 388-393.
  • Handle: RePEc:idp:bizinf:y:2013:i:9:p:388_393

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