fluffybunnyuk wrote:Composite Risk Index = Impact of Risk event x Probability of Occurrence
Human error 1(assume lowest loss)*18 =18
Mechanical 3(assume low loss)*2=6
Hit by car 25(assuming that all impacts are immediately fatal/highest loss)*0=0
Your welcome to check my maths. This still says human error significantly then mechanical then car.
I'm about done with this topic, theres no point explaining to a brick wall.
I was taught that good risk management will save my life most likely one day(flying). Therefore I use it regularly, and may I say it does just that.
So, in your book eight mechanical defects are cumulatively as bad as being wiped off the face of the planet, and you consider it impossible to be hit by a car.
And you wonder why the only thing listening to you is a brick wall?