16 04, 2019

ISO 31000 Blog Series – Risk identification in BowTieServer

2019-04-16T13:59:47+02:00Blog, BowTieServer, Software functionality blog|

In our last blog, we discussed how the risk identification phase looks like according to ISO 31000. One thing we noted is “The bowtie is not a specialized hazard identification method” which is true, but we do offer a risk or hazard identification tool in our BowTieServer tool. How to identify risk in BowTieServer The [...]

5 01, 2016

Making risk data useful for all layers in your organisation

2017-08-03T13:11:27+02:00Blog, BowTieServer, Compliance|

People with different positions need different risk information. Senior Management shouldn’t be bothered looking at nitty gritty details, while on the other hand, these are the details that operational personnel actually needs to be able to execute their job. This is one of the challenges that will be resolved by BowtieServer: making the same risk [...]

5 07, 2015

Contextual Information Management – Linking the “paper” compliance world to “real” barrier based risk management

2017-08-03T13:27:59+02:00Blog, BowTieServer, Compliance|

  The upcoming release of BowTieServer will include a contextual ‘wiki based’ information management system, as an integral part of BowTieServer. The BowTieServer Wiki allows documentation to be integrated into risk management. Instead of having separate documents floating around, the documentation can be part of the bowties and linked to specific sections or even paragraphs. [...]

28 01, 2015

BowTieServer: Global vs Local

2017-08-03T13:24:13+02:00Blog, BowTieServer|

There are multiple ways to structure data in BowTieServer to suit different types of organizations. It is possible to create a “top-down” approach, which usually means there is a corporate standard that is rolled out to multiple sites. This is useful if the knowledge on how to manage risk are present on a corporate level. [...]