Are you interested to learn more about barrier based risk management from your sector peers?
During last year’s industry event several rail companies shared their journey with Barrier Based Risk Management. This year we aim to gather and set bowtie best practices for the industry. This event is all about collaboration and offering you the opportunity to exchange thoughts with peers and experts.
Sign up to meet other rail operators and join the industry initiative to make the railway as safe as possible. We look forward to welcoming you on June 11th!
Discuss your successes and challenges with other rail companies, learn more about barrier based risk management and gain knowledge by listening to sector experts. Hands-on exercises, presentations, networking moments and interactive workshops will be alternated to make sure you are fully equipped to apply best bowtie practices in your own organization. Don’t miss out on this opportunity, secure your seat today!
|09:30||Welcome and Introduction – Paul McCulloch, CGE Risk Management Solutions|
|09:45||How to define BPI’s (Barier Performance Indicators) presentation and workshop — Geert van Loopik, CGE Risk Management Solutions
|10:30||‘Are we really the safest railway in Europe? Or the luckiest?’ – why relying on outcome indicators to judge performance is dangerous — Iain Ferguson, London North Eastern Railway|
|11:15||– Break –|
|11:30||Real Human Factor Thinking in Barrier Management, an RSSB case study — Amanda C. Elliott, Innovace Designs Ltd.|
|12:30||– Lunch –|
|13:30||Can we learn quickly enough– The challenge of learning from serious incidents in the UK fire and rescue service — Doc Holliday, independent consultant working with UK Fire & Rescue Services|
|14:30||– Break –|
|15:00||Workshop: what does bowtie look like for UK rail? — Emma Taylor, Rail Safety and Standards Board UK|
|16:00||– Wrap-up/drinks –|
Download the brochure to find the details of this event.
Registration is free of charge. Please sign up by filling out the form below.