14 02, 2019

CGE celebrates 10 years of fruitful partnership with Continuous Safety

2019-02-14T10:38:33+00:00Blog|

Today we celebrate 10 years of fruitful partnership together with Claudio Cacares from Continous Safety. He was there right from the start, accompanied us on our journey while assisting and supporting organizations in the aviation industry to make risk understandable with the aid of the bowtie method and BowTieXP risk analysis tool. Thanks to Claudio, [...]

11 02, 2019

Big Data text analysis for BowTies

2019-02-11T14:14:16+00:00Blog|

Guest blog by Prof. Coen van Gulijk from University of Huddersfield How to extract in-depth learning from 200,000 reports per year? Big data text analysis for BowTies. Dealing with vast numbers of text-based safety records One of the challenges for safety managers is dealing with vast amounts of data. Especially when it comes to near-miss reporting [...]

7 02, 2019

3 pillars to define barrier effectiveness

2019-02-07T10:39:50+00:00Blog|

Many bowtie creators are struggling to find out what makes a barrier effective. The barriers are mapped in a bowtie, but how are they performing in the real world? Barrier effectiveness is often defined based on expert judgment and historical experiences. In this blog, we provide other insights into barrier effectiveness by describing 3 pillars [...]

8 01, 2019

Mitigating and preventing the effects of a security breach with a simple bowtie

2019-01-08T13:55:48+00:00Aviation, Blog|

In December, we attended the International Airport Review’s IT and Security event at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. This event was all about aviation security and technology and how one can inform the other. We were there to represent CGE’s software products, but also to gain more knowledge about airport security. At CGE we do not call [...]

17 12, 2018

A Mining Guest Blog Series by Jim Joy – Part 6: It’s a Journey – using journey models to analyse and plan ORM improvements

2019-01-07T13:24:46+00:00Blog, Mining|

Welcome to the 6th article in a series intended to generate discussion amongst H&S risk professionals and managers about improvements to the site Operational Risk Management (ORM) thinking and methods. The content should also help ORM personnel ‘influence’ line management at all levels. The term, ‘influence’, has been deliberately selected to highlight the need for [...]