EIRP Proceedings, Vol 12 (2017)

Evaluating the Quality and Safety of Environmental Factors in Investment Strategies

Stefan Dragomir, Georgeta Dragomir

Abstract


A participatory risk assessment process engages people through a bottom-up approach that aims to involve stakeholders, the public and specialized agencies in that problem preferred management options and proposing solutions to particular risk problems. In planning a participatory risk assessment, key elements include: -communicating information transparently and using a non-technical or domain – specific language; - defining issues that need to be addressed and the questions that need answered; – scoping the problem and framing the questions;-identifying the data and information needed to deal with the questions;-identifying the sources of data;-deciding how to deal with uncertainty.

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