22 07, 2012

The Benefits of the BSCAT Method

2017-08-03T14:04:16+02:00Blog, IncidentXP|

The BSCAT™ method refers to a method that links modern risk–based safety management approaches to systematic root cause incident investigation.  The “B” refers to barrier–based as each barrier identified in bowtie risk assessments is tested for why it failed. SCAT™ is Systematic Cause Analysis Technique, a well-established root cause analysis approach which incorporates the DNV [...]

21 07, 2012

Trends in Risk Management

2017-07-04T12:08:10+02:00Blog, BowtieXP|

Not only make risk assessments - but also communicate these BowTieXP is 'in the core' an expert tool to help you to create risk assessments and to link incidents to the bowties. It takes some knowledge of the bowtie method and use of the software, knowledge of your business and experience in doing risk assessment to create [...]

21 07, 2012

How to do HAZID in Excel?

2017-07-21T10:57:22+02:00Blog, BowtieXP|

HAZID stand for Hazard Identification, where you identify the activities within your organization that have the potential to cause harm. This methodology identifies hazards, potential undesirable consequences and evaluate the severity and likelihood of what is identified. The major hazards identified, require a more detailed risk assessment. We provide a standardized HAZID Excel Template workbook. [...]