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So far Laura Stijnman has created 19 blog entries.
3 09, 2020

The MEDD Toolbox – Guestblog series Play & Learn, part 3

2020-10-05T10:18:09+02:00Blog|

Creative tools to improve safety culture in Healthcare Creating lasting awareness among Healthcare professionals about culture and behavior regarding patient safety In recent years MEDD has developed multiple tools and games aimed for healthcare professionals to gain lasting awareness on their behavior regarding safety and how they influence their own safety and that of others. [...]

19 08, 2020

Wolters Kluwer’s Enablon announces COVID-19 Protect & Respond Enterprise solution

2020-08-27T08:54:14+02:00News|

On January 16, 2020 Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory announced that it had signed an agreement to acquire CGE Risk Management Solutions B.V.. With that acquisition, CGE Risk became part of Wolters Kluwer’s Environmental, Health & Safety and Operational Risk Management (EHS/ORM) software group, which also includes Enablon and eVision. By combining forces, our group [...]

19 08, 2020

The Bowtie Dialogue Kit – Guestblog series Play & Learn, part 2

2020-10-16T11:13:32+02:00Blog|

Successful risk management depends on the quality of your dialogues What if your risk assessments were continuously re-assessed by your teams? And, every voice was heard in the process? And, you had real-time feedback on concerns and uncertainties? And, the project had a strong, shared culture of commitment? Two years ago, we developed the Bowtie [...]

14 07, 2020

A Mining Guest Blog Series by Jim Joy – Part 13: Defining accountabilities and the reporting process

2021-01-05T16:31:22+01:00Blog, Mining|

Welcome to the 13th article in a series. This article will discuss establishing accountabilities and a reporting system so that the critical controls are effectively managed. As mentioned in previous articles, the Critical Control Management (CCM) process includes good practice risk assessment and analysis methods, plus an important greatly improved ingredient; more systematic management. The [...]

23 06, 2020

COVID-19: The shift from ‘out of control’ crisis management to ‘in control’ risk management.

2020-06-29T17:20:18+02:00Blog|

Looking back on the past few months, we have been forced to travel a strange journey together across the planet. Dealing with the almost fraternizing issue of an active pandemic outbreak really was something new to deal with. The first few weeks started as surrealistic, driving an almost apocalyptic silence and distancing throughout the streets. [...]

10 06, 2020

Process Safety with BowTie – steelTalks 11

2020-10-16T11:37:14+02:00News|

One of the industries where the interest and adoption of the bowtie method is growing is the Steel industry. Some of the bigger Steel companies in the world, such as the Dutch Tata Steel, are already using bowtie for their major hazard analyses. Together with CGE partner Daan from Bergwerff Services we have given a [...]

8 06, 2020

A Mining Guest Blog Series by Jim Joy – Part 12: Linking the Critical Control performance requirements to the design of the verification process

2021-01-05T16:29:47+01:00Blog, Mining|

Welcome to the 12th article in the series, intended to generate discussion amongst H&S risk professionals and managers about improvements to the site Operational Risk Management (ORM) thinking and methods, specifically related to control-based risk management and Critical Control Management (CCM). The content of this article has been developed in conjunction with another retired risk [...]

14 05, 2020

How a bowtie framework addresses a critical Issue in Canada’s forested landscapes

2020-05-18T17:03:39+02:00Blog|

As it turns out, the potential use of bowtie frameworks can extend far beyond their usual application to industrial hazards. Those who manage land and water resources encounter ecological risks every day. When these risks from diverse human and natural causes start to pile up and interact (something ecologists call ‘Cumulative Effects’), action is needed. [...]