V5 - Filter Risks

Learn how to filter a long list of Risks

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Written by Faisal Ramady
Updated over a week ago

Filtering SafetiBase list is a great way to help you quickly find what you need. Additionally, when using the relevant search filters, you can publish custom Risks Reports. Here are the options available to you for risk filtering:

  • Using the Search bar

  • Using the Filter icon

Click on the Search icon to enter this option and on the X button to exit it.

Search Bar

The search bar allows you to type any keyword or phrase related to the Risk you're looking for. Click on the Search icon, start typing and hit enter. A list of matching information will appear below. You can add as many search phrases as you like. To remove individual search filters, click on the X button next to the filter.

The SafetiBase Card automatically updates the search results for any filters retained

Filter Icon

Click on the Filter icon (top of the SafetiBase card) to open the filters menu.

Here, you have the options to filter by:

  1. Risk Information
    ​Category, Created by, Risk owner, Element type, Location, Risk factor, Construction scope, Associated activity, Risk likelihood, Risk consequence and Level of risk

  2. Treatment
    ​Treatment status, Stage, Type, Residual likelihood, Residual consequence, Residual level of risk and Overall level of risk
    By default, Risks set to 'Void' are hidden from the SafetiBase Card. To reveal them, simply filter by 'Void'

  3. Sequencing
    ​Starting Date
    This option is designed for Sequences (4D). Select specific From and To dates from the calendar then click OK.

Click on the X button next to each filter you wish to remove.

The SafetiBase Card automatically updates the search results for any filters retained

Copy Filters

You have an option to copy the search filters to another list of risks.

  • Clicking on the Copy Filters option

  • Open another Model/Federation

  • Open the SafetiBase card

  • Paste the filters CTRL + V in the Search Bar

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