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risk management[′risk ‚man·ij·mənt]
The overall systematic approach to analyzing risk and implementing risk controls.
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The management of an activity, accepting a level of risk which is balanced against the benefit of the activity, usually based on an economic assessment.
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In the building industry, the systemized practice of avoiding potential risks, such as culpability and liability or legal entanglements.
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risk managementThe optimal allocation of resources to arrive at a cost-effective investment in defensive measures within an organization. Risk management minimizes both risk and costs. See risk assessment and risk mitigation.
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