Risk mapping

Risk Mapping

Risk mapping
Before preparing notification routines, it may be relevant to think about:
  • What can go wrong in our organization?
  • What consequences can it have?
  • How often can this happen?
  • What can we do to prevent this?
  • What can we do to prevent the consequences if this happens?




Risk mapping is carried out together with employees, safety representatives and union representatives

  • Examples of situations that can be risk assessed:
  • Event where alcohol is consumed
  • Use of the company’s premises for private purposes
  • Illicit work
  • Use of company cars for private use.

This mapping is a good basis for preparing ethical guidelines and whistleblowing routines for the company. What can happen? What rules apply to whom? What are the consequences of breaking the rules? The rules should be easy to understand, and all employees should understand the consequences of breaking the rules.