The concept of ‘hidden’ or in many cases, ‘unseen’ is usually construed with untruthful intentions and/or bad behaviours. In contrast, the notion of ‘unseen’, as espoused by the Chinese people signifies truthful behaviours or acts that are tacit, unobserved or unnoticeable until it is uncovered with experience and relevant expertise. It is necessary to extend beyond affective relationships to understand what is truthfully unseen in assessing risks. Risk assessment includes identification; description; assessment; and the formulation of the mitigation plan.
behavioural related risks