What does it mean for cleanrooms?
Risk management for cleanrooms is a “systematic application of management policies, procedures, and practices to the task of identifying, assessing, controlling and monitoring risks”. It is typically an iterative process. Risk management should be based on good science and product & process understanding. Qualitative or quantitative techniques may be used.
Risk management should reduce risks to an acceptable level because a complete elimination of risk is neither practical nor necessary. It is ABN’s belief that modular and pre-engineered cleanroom design reduces risk to an absolute minimum considering the reuse of knowledge and data, opposed to projects that are constantly designed from scratch.