Hi, Gert. I think the third term should be 'unavoidability', because if avoidability were perfect, i.e.  = 1 or 100 %, the risk would be zero.

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It all depends



On 2022-10-06 06:58, Gert Gremmen wrote:
A risk analysis (risk = chance*severeness*avoid-ability)

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