Copy and re-use risk assessments

Copy and re-use risk assessments

Copying whole risk assessments


The copy button is available on all risk assessment objects

Are you delighted with one or more of your assessments? Or is the same IT system in use multiple places? Existing risk assessments can be copied and re-used in other parts of the organization. The copy functionality allows for selective censorship of either sensitive information or unnecessary details for others to see. You can choose what to keep and where to place the copy. The copy option is available in the top right corner of the risk assessment dashboard.

The copying menu, click the gears to choose what to include in your copy.

Use the "Copy to" option at the top to choose where to store the new copy.

Re-using individual causes, events, consequences, and treatments




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