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26 08, 2019

A performance-based approach to safety at large events in public spaces: from risk to scenario assessment

2019-08-27T14:02:58+02:00Blog|

Guest blog by Luca Fiorentini, from TECSA S.r.l. Managing the crowd at large events in public spaces is a difficult task. Prescriptive approaches are not suitable while partial performance and risk-based regulations (at a national and local level) revealed to be ineffective. Tragic recent events have demonstrated this (e.g. the Piazza San Carlo crowd incident [...]

11 07, 2019

ISO 31000 blog series – Recording and reporting

2019-08-02T11:53:27+02:00Blog|

Having walked through the previous ISO 31000 steps, we now come to the “Recording and Reporting” step. Recording is about recording information in a risk register, so that this information can then be reported to decision-makers. In a sense this is what the bowtie does best – it records risks which can then be reported [...]

4 07, 2019

CHASE – Visualizing cyber security vulnerabilities using bowties

2019-07-24T10:08:51+02:00Blog, Cyber security|

Guest blog by David Hatch from Process Safety Integrity Hazards 29 is Europe’s leading process safety forum. At this year’s event, industry expert Andy Geddes and CGE Partner David Hatch from Process Safety Integrity presented their new CHASE concept. Their work has developed a practical methodology for Computer Hazard And Security Evaluation. You can't defend [...]

24 06, 2019

End of life SharePoint add-on for BowTieXP

2019-06-24T11:16:25+02:00News|

We hereby announce that the BowTieXP SharePoint add-on will be End Of Life by the end of this year. The main reason for the EOL is that the maintenance on the add-on becomes very hard, because of (ongoing) changes to the way SharePoint works. In addition to that, nowadays, the basic Microsoft SharePoint functionality covers [...]

18 06, 2019

ISO 31000 blog series – Risk treatment

2019-06-18T13:24:35+02:00Blog|

This week’s blog is on Risk Treatment. It is an important step in completing the Plan-Do-Check-Act cycle for continuous quality improvement. Much like a doctor and her patient, before we can treat our operations, we need to diagnose what the problem is and where our treatment should be applied. Once the cure has been diagnosed, [...]