Risk-Based Regulation

Risk-Based Regulation (RBR) achieves public policy objectives by targeting activities that pose the highest risk to the public well-being, and in turn lowers burdens for a variety of lower-risk sectors and firms. Lowering burdens improves compliance and allows firms to benefit from a more level playing field. By directing government resources towards the highest-risk areas, risk-based approaches also make the most of limited public resources. Well-functioning RBR systems further improve accountability by enhancing transparency and predictability of requirements in given sectors and as applied to different firms.

Contact Us for more information

Join the Discussion

Mohammad Ibrahim

Submitted 12:59 pm, November 5, 2017

Learn something new, educative.


Submitted 2:57 am, July 29, 2017



Submitted 2:29 am, July 5, 2017



Submitted 5:25 am, July 2, 2017

definitely RBR is a good tool for decision making

Jesús Manuel

Submitted 9:23 am, March 18, 2017

great,liked and shared!

Log in to comment  Don't have an account? Register Now