maritime

Maritime

Introduction

Safety has been the subject of discussion in the maritime industry for a long time. Already in 1836 a parliamentary commission was established in the United Kingdom to assess the cause of many shipwrecks. After some experience in the use of the Guidelines, in 1993 the International Maritime Organization (IMO) adopted the International Management Code for the Safe Operation of Ships and for Pollution Prevention (the ISM Code). In 1998, the ISM Code became mandatory. The Code establishes safety-management objectives and requires a safety management system (SMS) to be established by all organizations.

Throughout the Maritime industry, the BowTieXP software is used to gain insight into the risks. Integrating the management system in a Bowtie structures your SMS and visualizes how Hazards are managed in an organization. Although we strive to prevent incidents or accidents from happening through a solid risk management system, incidents may still occur. This gives us the opportunity to learn from our mistakes, so we can take measures to make sure similar incidents are not allowed to occur again. The software BSCAT, Investigator 3 or Blackbox will help you to analyze the incidents.

Major organizations in the maritime industry implemented our software as part of their Safety Management System and their number is rapidly increasing.

Example files

BowTie:

BSCAT:

Investigator 3:

Maritime customers

Major organizations in the maritime industry implemented our software as part of their Safety Management System, e.g.:

UK P-I
Atlantic Marine services
 

Horizon Lines
Dockwise Shipping
 

Wagenborg Offshore
Fugro-TSM

Industry Events Reference

In 2017 we will organize a series of industry events at various locations around the world.

The objective of these meetings is to share information with you on the latest trends, methods and tools - and to receive information from you which is relevant for your industry.

Click here for more information, and to sign up.