Since the early nineties when the Royal Dutch / Shell group adopted the Bowtie method for analysing and managing risk their use has spread to many other industries including aviation, rail, maritime and chemical to name a few.  This London Branch Webinar will take a look at what’s involved in creating a well constructed bowtie, covering the good practice rules from the CCPS and Energy Institute book and how best to apply them.  The speakers will also give an overview of their experience in the application of Bowties, giving an insight into their current use along with how different organisations are planning to share best practice and common knowledge to efficiently construct them in the future.


Mark Boult – Director at DNV-GL, and

Hamid Kareshki – Principal Safety, Risk and Reliability Engineer at MES

This SaRS London Branch event is now being presented as a Webinar due to the current Coronavirus restrictions.

Registration is free and open to both members and non-members

Please register for the Webinar here

The London Branch Annual General Meeting will be held just before the Webinar at 17:30 – if you would like to join us please register separately for the AGM here


Thursday, 21st May 2020 at 6:15pm


Thursday, 21st May 2020 at 8:00pm