Why it is useful
You need to maintain records from your risk management activities and also achieve traceability all the way from hazards to the residual risk for that all risks. This is easily done using the Hazard traceability matrix table (risk analysis).
How to use it
1. Use the hazard id sheet to identify hazards early in your project (during planing phase).
2. Maintain records of participation in the various risk management activities in the Participation records sheet, remember that this preferably should match what you said in the risk management plan.
3. Fill in your hazards and so on in the risk analysis columns of the hazard traceability matrix.
4. Evaluate the risks.
5. Fill in risk controls and estimate the residual risk.
6. Check that you have implemented all the risk controls.
Please note that questions that can help to identify hazards from Annex C of the ISO 14971 have not been included in full due to copyright restrictions.
File format: .xlsx