Systems are purchased as 'plug-ins' to Nine Lives Risk
Most organisations manage risk through discrete Management
Systems. Essentially, Management
Systems are designed to identify and capture
organisational hazards and to manage the associated risk
could include systems such as:
frequently overlap, however historically such systems
have been implemented by discrete areas of the business.
Consequently, the management of individual hazards may
be fragmented and may involve considerable duplication
recording all of the organisation's hazards within Nine
Lives Risk Manager, risk management activities
that are common to multiple Management
Systems are not duplicated.
example, an Environmental Management System may identify
a gas escape hazard with environmental impacts. The same
gas escape hazard may also have safety repercussions and
be identified through the Plant Risk Assessment.
are continuously under development as modular plug-ins
to Nine Lives Risk Manager.
These Systems are designed to share hazard information
and unify the management of risk.