Get more out of your data, quantify your bowties
Take your risk assessment to the next level with BowTieXP and LOPA
BowTieXP and LOPA feature overview
Quantitative & qualitative data
Bowtie diagrams give a better understanding of your risk scenarios and show how these are controlled. In classic bowtie modeling, the decision as to whether there are sufficient effective barriers to control these scenarios, is based on expert judgment.
When your organization has reliable and sufficient safety data available, the LOPA plugin will allow you to use this data to make more objective and substantiated decisions.
Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA) is a semi-quantitative risk analysis methodology. Hereby the frequency of a negative event is calculated according to the risk reduction delivered by the independent protection layers (barriers).
The BowTieXP LOPA plug-in automatically calculates the frequency of a consequence, given the initial frequency of all the threats and the Probability of Failure on Demand (PFD) of the barriers. This allows you to easily compare the target consequence frequency with the reality of daily operations.
Create insightful reports
Analyze and share your LOPA calculations by creating useful reports. Some reports will be based on a single scenario (traditional) LOPA calculation, while others will take all bowtie scenarios into account.
Take the next step
Make your risk calculations visible with the LOPA plug-in and put them in an easy to understand, barrier based perspective. This plug-in can be added to both BowTieXP Standard and Advanced.
Combine with our other software solutions
BowTieXP is the most advanced software tool based on the bowtie method. The visual risk assessment the method provides improves risk understanding, communication and management.
IncidentXP allows an organization to maximize learning from incidents: link investigation results to the bowtie risk assessment to detect trends and improve your risk assessment and management.
Audit results become alive and meaningful when audits are linked to your barriers. At one glance you will know which safety barriers are performing as they should and which can be improved.