The risk radar is built on the basis of the risk map, the risk numbers and colors used to build it are similar to those used in the risk map.
The color zones of the risk radar correspond to the degree of exposure to risks, while the order of indicating risks on the radar corresponds to the probability of their implementation (for each zone of exposure, the farther the risk is located from the center, the less likely it is to be implemented).
Risk radar should be considered as a necessary addition to the risk map.
Let's consider the figure of risk radar construction to compare risks in industries (oil, gas, coal, energy) of fuel and energy complex.
Comparing the industry with each other using a radar, we can conclude that most of the risks of the oil and gas industries do not have a significant impact on the financial performance of companies.