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How to do a Bow-Tie Analysis Within Camms.Risk

Lachlan Collins
Head of Services

Shaun Mahon
Product Consultant

Lachlan Collins
Head of Services

Shaun Mahon
Product Consultant

Duration: 30 Minutes

Duration: 30 Minutes

Available On-Demand

How to do a Bow-Tie Analysis Within Camms.Risk

One of the most powerful and increasingly popular risk assessment techniques is the bow-tie method, which can be used to analyse and demonstrate risk scenarios.

 

The strength of bow-tie goes beyond the usual risk assessment ‘snapshot’, it also emphasises the links between risk controls and the underlying management system, making it an excellent demonstration tool to facilitate workforce understanding of hazard management.

 

Join Lachlan Collins, Head of Services and Shaun Mahon, Product Consultant, as they deconstruct what a bow-tie analysis is and the process for identifying where new or enhanced controls may be worthwhile within organisations that have a high level of risk or where control effectiveness is assessed as low.

Session includes:

Presented by

Lachlan Collins
Head of Services

Lachlan’s experience in the industry and across a wide variety of organisations enable him to provide strategic input into the product road map. His unique ability to combine technical knowledge and a strong work ethic with client liaison and product management skills has enabled him to become an important part of the Camms team.

Shaun Mahon
Product Consultant

Shaun is a Camms.Risk Incident Management expert who has been with Camms for over 2 years, working across the services team. During his tenure, he has successfully implemented Camms.Risk to several large Government departments, ASX listed organisations, as well as multiple private small and medium enterprises.

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