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risk assessmentnoun [C or U]

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the ​process of ​examining the ​risksinvolved in a ​plannedactivity
(Definition of risk assessment from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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risk assessmentnoun

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[C or U] (also risk analysis) MANAGEMENT the ​process of ​finding out how much ​risk is involved in doing something: He has ​responsibility for ​financialmanagement, ​strategicplanning and ​riskassessment. carry out/do a ​riskassessment
[C] a ​report of how much of a ​risk someone or something might be: A recent ​reportestimated that almost 50% of ​lenderspricecustomers according to their ​individualriskassessment.
(Definition of risk assessment from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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