Managing Security Risks in an Industrial Investment - Analysis Directions

AuthorStefan Dragomir, Georgeta Dragomir
Performance and Risks in the European Economy
Managing Security Risks in an Industrial Investment Analysis Directions
Stefan Dragomir1, Georgeta Dragomir2
Abstract: This paper achieved an analysis of some important management strategies for an investment, in
correlation with index o f global pollution. Environmental security assessment shall be determined taking into
account the workplace security and effects on health, safety of workers in an industry investment. It is
necessary to observe and collect a larger number of data generated by the develop ment of an industrial
process, so as to make a deep analysis on global pollution index and how it is affected industrial investment
environment. This research shows how can the substances that infest the environment to produce much
damage and influence the environmental factors (air, water, soil, landscape, fauna and flora). When we know
the risks that characterize the plant equipment, we can protect the life and we can protect the environment for
a sustainable development in the future.
Keywords: strategies; environmental security assessment; index of global pollution.
1. Introduction
In relation to the risks presented by the pollutants products, its assessment is often difficult, because of
the richness of products and the preparations used.
The leader of businesses will have to implement a policy of prevention which favors replacing
dangerous products with less dangerous products.
For the purpose which is faced with this problem it has been developed a simplified methodology for
the assessment of the risks to health, safety and the environment.
The method has been applied in a few companies from different sectors, and the results were analyzed
with an expert implement in practices.
In order to reduce the risks to employees, it is necessary to research and assessment of occupational
risks and put in practice a prevention politics, based on technical or organizational measures.
The risks evaluation principles are referred by the framework of the European Council Directive on 12
June 2001.
This system of evaluation requires application of a methodology, which identify hazards, the
conditions of use, which are likely to give rise to a risk.
1 Professor, PhD, “Dunărea de Jos” University of Galați, Ro mania. Address: 47 Domnească Street, 800008, Galați, Romania,
Tel.: +40.336.130.196, Fax: +40.372.361.290, E-mail:
2 Professor, PhD, Department of Economics, Danubius University of Galati, Romania, Address: 3 Galati Blvd., Galati
800654, Romania, Tel.: +40372361102, Corresponding author:

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