Think about the risks that could arise in your company. The criteria you list here should be as objective and comprehensible as possible. To do this, go through different scenarios and include both external (fire, burglary) and internal (liability, illness, termination) sources.
Define different levels describing how your company could be affected by the risks. For example, this could be 'low', 'medium' and 'high'.
If you present the whole thing as a table (see illustration below), you can now assess how strongly the different risks affect your business. Note the approximate amount of damage.
Try to avoid and reduce the risks identified here as far as possible. For example, make sure that you and your employees wear good protective clothing and take any protective measures necessary to prevent accidents.