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Remediation Phase

Risk Management

Risk management is the process for managing uncontrollable project activities or circumstances that may result in negative consequences to the environment.

Risk Assessment (RISK-3)
Section 1.2 (Risk Management)
Describes an iterative and interactive framework for risk management consisting of six stages, with risk communication as an important component of all stages.

Risk Assessment (RISK-3)
Section 8 (Risk Management)
Risk management can involve a combination of decisions based on science, policy, and professional judgment, as well as social, political, and economic concerns.

Risk Assessment (RISK-3)
Section 10 (Tribal and Public Stakeholder Perspective)
Human health risk assessment is used to evaluate the probability that exposure to chemicals present in the soil, air, or water at a site can result in adverse human health effects.

Radionuclides (RAD-2)
Section 3 (Radiation Risks), pages 14-30
Understanding the main factors that could potentially vary among sites during the risk assessment process.

Green and Sustainable Remediation (GSR-2)
Section 1.4.5 (Project Risk Management for Site Remediation), page 7
Remediation risk management (RRM) techniques can be used to find project management efficiencies.

Risk Assessment (Risk-2)
Section 1 (Introduction to Risk Assessment)
Includes the background of risk assessment, risk management, uncertainty, and challenges, pages 2-6.

Soil Background and Risk (SBR-1)
Section 4 (Using Soil Background in Risk Assessment)
Describes how default and site-specific background for natural or anthropogenic ambient soil background may be used in human health and ecological risk assessment.