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Risk Management Module


The module RISK (Risik analysis and management) is used to establish risk management and the presentation of risks related to various areas within the company.

In the system an arbitrary risk analysis can be established regarding danger areas, dangers, and risks (leaned on ISO 31000), which all can be individually weighted. Thus, the risk-based approach, which is required since the introduction of IATF 16949, is also fulfilled.
Furthermore, this risk analysis can be graphically represented in a self-defined RISK map (risk matrix).

Parallel to the RISK map, a second view and prioritization of the risks can take place via a pairwise comparison. Finally, the risks can be reduced and minimized through measures and their processing.

Benefits for your company

The structured and flexible structure of the system enables you to create and manage all risk assessments in your company centrally in a uniform manner.

The risks are not only structured, but also graphically presented to provide an overview (Risk Map). By looking at the same risks at the same time, the development of the company can be demonstrated comprehensibly.

The extensibility of the module makes it possible to obtain risk analyzes for the processes of your company (PB +), audit results (RPAS™), feasibility studies (ATS) and further individual references.

Building a risk assessment

When building a risk assessment, an arbitrary number of levels can be created, divided into three categories.

These are, on the one hand, danger areas that give a meaningful overview and subdivision into the different considerations (e.g. danger to operational processes, strategic dangers, etc.), followed by the dangers which represent a differentiated view of these areas (changes in environmental factors, ongoing business activity , etc.) and on the other hand the risks themselves (delivery problems due to transport risks, loss of installations or persons at the supplier, etc.). Each entry and each level can be assigned a weighting in order to emphasize its importance and influence.

Creating a risk map (graphic)

When creating a risk map, all degrees of freedom are open to the user. An arbitrarily large matrix can be constructed, which can be provided with an axis marking and a flexible scaling. Also, any background image can be used to represent the various risk areas (e.g., red, yellow, green).

Creating and working with an assessment system

Assessment systems are mainly used in conjunction with other modules in order to allow a more detailed analysis of the risks and to establish uniform assessment structures. In principle, a distinction is made between the risks according to the occurrence probability (%) and the level of damage (quantitative: 200,000 - 400,000 €, 400,000 - 600,000 €, ... and / or qualitative: low, medium high, ...).

Pairwise comparison of risks

The pairwise comparison allows to juxtapose the risks and to obtain a further prioritization in addition to the conventional risk map. Thus, this method can also be used to establish a hierarchy of risks and serves as a decision-making basis for the management.

Action input and tracking

Actions can be created and tracked for each individual risk (ToDo Manager). Thus, the risk minimization and reduction can be actively pursued. A new risk assessment can be carried out after the measures have been completed in order to show the effectiveness of the measures and the change in risks.


The GUKSA GmbH offers further software modules that can be connected for an individual solution for your company. Therefore, redundant displays and maintenance of data is unnecessary. GUKSA develops and extends its software products continuously according to the market’s requirements to be able to offer you a suitable solution for your needs at all times.


The ToDo Manager can be used to create measures to minimize or eliminate risks. A guided processing of the measures is ensured by the ToDo-Manager which also contains an e-mail notification function.


The connection to the CSR + module allows you to examine risks that may arise from customer-specific requirements (CSR).


By connecting to the RPAS™ module, findings from audits can be provided with a risk assessment. Thus, a graphical representation of the risks is also given. This makes auditor results more transparent and more interesting for the management.


A conscious handling of process risks builds the basis for the future of your company. The PB + module contains a "process risk analysis", which helps you to determine and analyze potential risks in processes.

"Turtle data" of a process are used to identify and define risks. The significance of these risks is determined by the occurrence probability, the level of damage and the avoidance measures. The data are collected and displayed in a so-called "risk map". This way, the company and its process managers receive a quick overview of the main risk areas.


By linking to the ATS module, evaluations from a feasibility study or from a pure contract assessment can be defined as risk-relevant. Within the RISK module, a separate risk management system can then be set up for this purpose. This provides a clear overview of the risks within a project or regarding a particular customer.