Evaluating the Quality and Safety of Environmental Factors in Investment Strategies

AuthorStefan Dragomir, Georgeta Dragomir
European Integration - Realities and Perspectives. Proceedings 2017
Performance and Risks in the European Economy
Evaluating the Quality and Safety of
Environmental Factors in Investment Strategies
Stefan Dragomir1, Georgeta Dragomir2
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.
Keyword: risk assessment; severity class; probability of consequences
1. Introduction
Risk factors are all factors likely work system to act on the health or integrity of injuries to workers. It's
about what the majority of people in the current parlance, they are considered hazards or dangerous
situations. In this respect the European norm EN 292-1 defines danger, dangerous situations or events
related to hazardous work (risk factors) as being a reason capable of causing an injury or a sickness
attack. This definition is a qualitative risk assessment commonly used in its identification. Between the
contractor and the collectivity and within which they operate to create links, dependencies and
interference that varies depending on the level of integration in the community and which exerts a
decisive influence on his behavior. Concepts and habits within a unit, as well as how that group
appreciates the risk, determines in a very large measure behavior in terms of safety at work (Rojanski,
Bran, & Grigore, 2000).
1.1. Profession/Job Title, for the Work Place
The most important jobs are represented of technical staff, administrative, financial, budgeting,
accounting, human resources, payroll, internal audit, computer science and statistics, administrative,
work prevention and protection, mail, medical records, equipment expert. The work consists in the
activities of office and outside the unit.
1 Professor, PhD, Dunarea de Jos University of Galati, Romania, Address: 47 Domnească Street, 800008 Galati, Romania, Tel.:
+40372361102, Corresponding author: gretadragomir@univ-danubius.ro.
2 Professor, PhD, Danubius University of Galati, Romania, Address: 3 Galati Blvd., 800654, Romania, Tel.: +40372361102,
E-mail: gretadragomir@univ-danubius.ro.

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