Risk-Oriented Design Approach


Common Reasons to Consider Exceptions

  • Impacts to the natural environment

  • Social or right-of-way impacts

  • Preservation of historic or cultural resources

  • Sensitivity to context or accommodating community values

  • Construction or right-of-way costs


Risk Management Characteristics

  • Explicitly addresses uncertainty

  • Based on the best available information

  • Part of the decision-making process

  • Systematic, structured, and an integral part of organizational processes

  • Dynamic, iterative, responsive to change, and capable of continual improvement and enhancement

  • Accounts for human factors

  • Transparent and inclusive

Slide List:

Slide Titles

1. Risk-Oriented Design Approach

2. “RISK”

3. Highway Design Exceptions

4. Common Reasons to Consider Exceptions

5. Recognize Risk-Reward Proposition

6. Risk Management Characteristics

7. Risk-oriented Highway Design

8. Guidance for Practitioners

9. Design Exception Evaluation Process

10. Fundamental Aspects

11. Considering Risk of Design Exceptions

12. Characterize the Risk Elements

13. Important Principles

14. Starting the Evaluation Process

15. Key Evaluation Step

16. Evaluating Risk

17. Risk Basis for Design Exceptions

18. Defining Safety for Road Design

19. Contrasting Nominal & Substantive

20. Nominal Safety: Quality Control

21. Substantive Safety: Quantifying

22. Design Exception Evaluation Process

23. Mitigation Case Study: SR99

24. Design Exception Evaluation Process

25. Sources for Assessing/Mitigating Risk

26. Assessing Risk with Road Safety Audits

27. RSAs Add Value to Projects

28. A State Perspective on Exceptions

29. Link between Risk Mgt & Flexible Design

30. Related Training & Technical Assistance

31. Case Study Application: Access Mgt

32. Case Study Application: Access Mgt

33. Applying Substantive Techniques

34. Thank You


  • Posted on: Sun, 10/13/2013 - 22:19
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