The Significant Seven bowtie templates provide a generic overview of the various hazards and how
they are managed from an industry wide perspective.
You should customise these templates to improve their relevance and practical application to
your own organisation.
Review all of the basic elements to establish if they are applicable to your organisation (e.g.
threats, consequences, controls, escalation factors and escalation factor controls) and modify /
create / delete as appropriate.
Customise the additional information aspects of the bowtie (e.g. accountable post holders,
control effectiveness and criticality etc.) by reviewing and modifying as appropriate.
For controls that are under the management of external stakeholders, consider either using the
baseline rating, rating them according to your experiences of them or discussing with the
stakeholder involved directly.
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