Zero-risk bias

The Zero-risk bias is a preference to eliminate one type of risk completely, when other options could create a greater reduction in risk.

Zero-risk bias is related to and/or impacted by other biases, such as the framing effect.

Mitigating zero-risk bias

Investigate which other options you have and make a decision that achieves the best result for the least cost, rather than picking the option which removes one risk entirely.