24 10, 2018

The future of bowties: predictive risk management?

2021-03-02T14:30:32+01:00Blog, BowtieXP|

Over the last thirty years, bowties have been widely adopted in almost all high hazard industries. In essence, the method is still the same as when Shell first facilitated extensive research and developed an initial set of rules and guidelines in the early nineties. However, the applications of the bowtie method and barrier management in [...]

18 10, 2018

Importing data into BowTieXP – Boring job made easy – Part 4

2018-10-18T13:19:53+02:00Blog, BowtieXP, Software functionality blog|

Gathering risk scenarios & incident information, and updating them can be an intense job, especially if the available data is scattered over multiple files and multiple formats. Often clients have the need to merge parts of data from different sources and tend to ask for help to do this in a decent manner. Luckily the [...]

17 10, 2018

CGE reveal how incident data can prevent future threats – International Airport Review


This week, the 'International Airport Review' issued an article on 'CGE reveal how incident data can prevent future threats'. In this interview, Emma Verschoor, Product Manager at CGE Risk Management Solutions takes you through CGE's protocols for learning from incidents and how to actively monitor how relevant barriers can be improved. Find the full interview [...]

9 10, 2018

A Mining Guest Blog Series by Jim Joy – Part 5: Good practice Operational Risk Management

2020-10-16T15:22:19+02:00Blog, Mining|

Welcome to article 5 of 17. Thanks to those who have provided feedback. Article 3 and 4 of the series briefly presented a ‘back to basics’ discussion about terminology and the focus on controls, also called barriers. Potential changes were reviewed to help develop a good control focus considering conversations and mindsets, and to a [...]