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Statistical data as a reliable basis

Those who try to estimate internal or external operational risks only "from their stomach feeling" will (have to) learn from this mistake sooner or later. The better way is: to learn from data and identify potential risks in advance. A company that also compares its own risk data with statistical background data relating to the industry, region and location will have a well-grounded overall view and know exactly where it stands in terms of risk. And: The data are "stronger" - and cannot be shaped.

This is what basic statistical data brings to your risk management

  • Basic statistical data increase the objectivity of your risk analysis.
  • They optimize risk analysis and make evaluation more transparent. Necessary measures can be identified more quickly, defined and designed more cost-effectively as a result.
  • The use of additional statistical values expands the data material and creates a clear classification for faster orientation. Better conclusions about the probability of occurrence and the extent of damage are then possible.
  • Statistical values are clear. They record your risks objectively and cannot be sugar-coated.

Over historical data to future events

Events have history. risk on mind® collects historical data and analyzes existing data material and studies to predict probabilities of future events. As part of a research project, we analyze and define on a broad basis available basic statistical data for individual risk regions.

Your benefit: Based on our objective data, you can create uniform and standardized risk concepts away from exclusively subjective assessments. A statistically supported analysis ensures you an objective risk assessment with economic control options at a standardized level - and precisely where your company's risk potential is most likely to be realized.

Internal incidents and claims statistics

Do you already record all incidents and claims in your company? - If not, we strongly encourage you to keep such a record. You can derive valuable information for the future of your business from it. For example, from the comparison with the average statistics of all companies. This allows a direct comparison and shows whether your company has more, fewer or similar losses than other companies.

When recording internal incidents, it is also important to show uninsured events and events with extremely low or no damaging effect. This is the only way you can also check and assess the effectiveness of measures taken.

Facts and figures

  • 167 identified risk regions
  • 615 NACE4-Codes
  • 36541 predefined risk assessments
  • 846 evaluated data sources
  • 29796 Code lines for data merging