7 11, 2018

Bowties picking up in leading healthcare organization Qatar


On the 23rd and 24th of October, CGE partners Slice and IQR-Solutions provided Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) with a BowTieXP Master Class. HMC is one of the most developed medical organizations not only in the middle east but also worldwide. It provides hospital care services for more than 90% of Qatar’s population and has around [...]

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 [...]

21 09, 2018

CGE opened new office in South America


More and more people in South America are becoming familiar with the bowtie method. Together with our partners, we have been investing in the region by participating in conferences and organizing workshops, to demonstrate how the barrier based bowtie methodology can help organizations improve their risk management practices. To support our partners and customers in this [...]

23 08, 2018

Learning from errors: zooming in on healthcare incident data

2018-08-23T15:50:43+00:00Healthcare, News|

Can we do more with the incident data that we collect? That was the subject of the study that Wouter van Kempen (student Msc. Occupational Health Psychology, at Leiden University) successfully completed in close cooperation with a respectable Dutch hospital, during his CGE internship. Read Wouter's account on how they approached the research and what [...]

6 08, 2018

Using bowties to classify barriers – The Chemical Engineer


Earlier this month, The Chemical Engineer issued an article on ‘Using bowties to classify barriers’. Bowtie diagrams provide a simple and powerful description of how risks are managed and readily leads on to identification of gaps or omissions within the system. However, not all barriers or control/mitigation measures are of equal value so it is [...]

17 07, 2018

Sharing safety knowledge by modeling common aviation risk

2018-07-17T15:49:42+00:00Aviation, News|

Earlier this year, AeroSafety World magazine issued an article on ‘Modeling Common Aviation Risk’. This article talks about an initiative to share safety knowledge within the Aviation Industry, without having to swap internal data. This initiative is called CARM which stands for ‘Common Aviation Risk Models’. (If you’re a Flight Safety Foundation member, you can [...]

10 07, 2018

Main changes in revised ISO 31000 standard – Keep risk management simple


Earlier this year the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) revised their ISO 31000 standard. With this ISO 31000:2018 standard, ISO promises to "keep risk management simple" and "deliver a clearer, shorter and more concise guide that will help organizations use risk management principles to improve planning and make better decisions." Main changes since the previous [...]