By implementing measures to reduce risks, new risks could occur. These risks should not be neglected. In a risk review these risks are considered, as well as the risks which were previously evaluated as not acceptable and which were controlled. If effective measures were taken, the evaluation will show that the risks are mitigated.
A risk evaluation can be frequently planned similar to programming of audits, to make sure in good time that there are no new risk factors which were not analysed. Risk management as part of your quality management system should be integrated and planned like all other quality management activities.