Risk Event Libraries. Do your own sanity check.

At Protecht, we get to see a lot of risk event libraries. There continues to be some confusion as to what is actually a risk event that is worthy of ... Read more

How to Reduce Risks Caused By Human Error

What is Human Error? Risk events often have many contributing causes, a common one being ‘human error’. But what is human error can be adequately ... Read more

Expected and Targeted Risks

Are they useful? Residual risk, the risk after considering existing controls, is universally accepted as important to assess in the risk assessment ... Read more

Inherent Risk – Is it useful?

The ISO 31000:2009 standard does not refer to “inherent” risk. Is this a deliberate omission and if so, what is the reason? This leads to the ... Read more

Integrated Controls Assurance – Maximum Assurance, Minimum Effort

Controls assurance is a critical component of any robust risk management framework, providing an organisation with: Objective evidence that controls ... Read more

Risk Controls! Going through the motions or providing real value?

Controls to assist us managing risk have been around for thousands of years. Why – because risk has been around since the beginning of time. Our ... Read more

Bow Tie Analysis

Bow Ties usually conjure up a vision of a formal event, to be used infrequently for special occasions. For risk bow ties, nothing could be further ... Read more

Risk Management Controls in Tough Mudder

See the Slideshare and find the pictures of Protecht team members in Action Tough Mudder is an endurance event series in which participants attempt ... Read more