- Live: August 31, 2016 @ 1:00 p.m. EDT | 10:00 a.m. PDT.
- On-Demand: Available August 31
LENGTH: One Hour
While FMEAs are a popular technique for performing risk assessments in the quality world, the level of detail makes them not so useful for high impact, low frequency (HILF) quality risk events such as loss of a key supplier. An alternative is the bowtie method, an excellent tool for evaluating causes, impact, and controls.
The bowtie method is based on the combination of the concepts of fault tree analysis and event tree analysis, but in a simple way. It is ideal for analyzing management level risks, with its visual nature making it easy for people to both contribute to and understand.
The webinar will demonstrate the use of the bowtie method for several risk assessments, as well as demonstrate how it can be tied into planning, reviews, and response for risk management.
- What the bowtie method is and when it is most useful
- The steps for identifying causes, the event, the likely impacts, and controls
- Using the bowtie method to identify key risk indicators (KRIs) and key control indicators (KCIs)
- How the bowtie method can help evaluate current preparedness for key risk events
What You Will Learn
- Typical applications for bowtie analysis
- Differences between preventive, detection, and response controls
- Escalating analysis of controls
- Linkages to operating policies and procedures
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Duke Okes has conducted quality management training and consulting for industry since 1985, after having spent years as a quality engineer in the automotive industry. He has helped dozens of companies achieve registration to ISO 9001 and ISO/TS 16949, and trained thousands of internal quality auditors.
He is certified by ASQ as a CQA, CQE, CMQ/OE, and has published and presented more than two dozen articles/talks on quality audits for several publications and conferences, including a series in Paton Professional's The Auditor. He is the author of Root Cause Analysis: The Core of Problem Solving and Corrective Action and Performance Metrics: The Levers for Process Management.
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· Typical applications for bowtie analysis
· Differences between preventive, detection and response controls
· Escalating analysis of controls
· Linkages to operating policies and procedures