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Annex I.8

Risk ranking and filtering


I.8: Risk ranking and filtering

Compare and prioritize risks

How to perform?

  • Requires evaluation of multiple diverse quantitative and qualitative factors for each risk

  • Involves breaking down a basic risk question into as many components as needed to capture factors involved in the risk

  • These factors are combined into a single relative risk score that can then be compared, prioritized and ranked

ICH Q9


I.8: Risk ranking and filtering

Potential Areas of Use(s)

  • To prioritize manufacturing sites for inspection/audit by regulators or industry

  • Helpful in situations in which the portfolio of risks and the underlying consequences to be managed are diverse and difficult to compare using a single tool

  • Useful when management needs to evaluate both quantitatively and qualitatively assessed risks within the same organizational framework

ICH Q9


EXAMPLE

I.8: Risk ranking and filtering

Evaluation of products and processes with recurring quality relevant problems

Risk assessment: Risk identification

  • recurring quality relevant problems within productionand/or processes

    Risk assessment: Risk analysis

    Footing on an analysis of

  • Production problems 1999-2002

  • Complaints 2000-2002

  • Investigation Reports 2000-2002

  • Recalls 2000-2002

  • Additional information from manufacturer considered

J. Knöbel, S. Marrer, Roche


EXAMPLE

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Probability

I.8: Risk ranking and filtering

Evaluation of products and processes with recurring quality relevant problems

Risk assessment: Risk evaluation

Three columns based on a classical approach by multiplying factors

Probability1: rare quality events2: infrequent quality events

3. frequent quality events

Based on J. Knöbel, S. Marrer, Roche


EXAMPLE

I.8: Risk ranking and filtering

Evaluation of products and processes with recurring quality relevant problems

Risk assessment: Risk analysis

Analyze production problems

J. Knöbel, S. Marrer, Roche


EXAMPLE

I.8: Risk ranking and filtering

Evaluation of products and processes with recurring quality relevant problems

Risk assessment: Risk evaluation

Risk evaluation added to production problems

J. Knöbel, S. Marrer, Roche


EXAMPLE

I.8: Risk ranking and filtering

Evaluation of products and processes with recurring quality relevant problems

Risk assessment: Risk Control

Risk control actions added to production problems

J. Knöbel, S. Marrer, Roche


EXAMPLE

I.8: Risk ranking and filtering

Evaluation of products and processes with recurring quality relevant problems

Risk assessment: Risk analysis

Analyze process problems

J. Knöbel, S. Marrer, Roche


EXAMPLE

I.8: Risk ranking and filtering

Evaluation of products and processes with recurring quality relevant problems

Risk assessment: Risk evaluation

Risk evaluation added to process problems

J. Knöbel, S. Marrer, Roche


EXAMPLE

I.8: Risk ranking and filtering

Evaluation of products and processes with recurring quality relevant problems

Risk assessment: Risk Control

Risk control actions added to process problems

J. Knöbel, S. Marrer, Roche


EXAMPLE

I.8: Risk ranking and filtering

Evaluation of products and processes with recurring quality relevant problems

Risk communication

  • Providing stakeholders with the update of the overview of Risk control step

Risk Review

  • Regularly the responsible person updates the overview to support line/senior management decisions

J. Knöbel, S. Marrer, Roche


EXAMPLE

Severity

Medium

High

Low

Risk ClassONE

High

Risk ClassTWO

Medium

Probability

Risk ClassTHREE

Low

I.8: Risk ranking and filtering

Risk Matrix (1)

Risk

Ranking

Takayoshi Matsumura, Eisai


EXAMPLE

Detection

Low

Medium

High

HIGH priority

MEDIUM priority

ONE

LOW priority

TWO

Risk Classification

THREE

I.8: Risk ranking and filtering

Risk Matrix (2)

Risk

Filtering

Takayoshi Matsumura, Eisai


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