A long time ago, I was deep into the bow-tie risk assessment methodology and over the years, I have never really left it. These posts were the basis of some great work I did a couple of years ago working with BHP Billiton which I will blog about in the near future.
Bow-tie is not everything though. Recently, a colleague and I thought it would provide a great tool for analysing a serious event but not matter how we worked the scenario, we could make it fit. But in many, many other contexts, I have found it great to analyse risk and communicate risk.
So, as a bit of a Throwback Thursday post, we is a short series of posts I wrote on the Bow-Tie Risk Assessment Methodology back in 2012.
Image Credit - (cc) Oleg Magni