Bowtie Risk Management Masterclass

  • 31 July - 1 August 2017, Rio De Janeiro
  • 21 - 22 August 2017, Kuala Lumpur
  • 28 - 29 August 2017, Beijing
  • 23 - 24 October 2017, Mumbai

A solidly implemented HSE management system (HSE-MS) is an essential basis for good HSE performance. Outstanding performance and continuous improvement will only be achieved when there is a culture in which the elements of the management system can flourish. To make the system life Clear Personal Responsibilities are crucial: Everybody understands and accepts what should be done and knows what is expected of them.

That is the reason why the risk identification, assessment and control module is the heart of the management system. Linking the identified barriers and controls to people via the critical activities to close the continuous improvement loop is the missing link many organizations struggle with. The Bowtie methodology is a very strong tool to help us to reach this goal.

This 2-day BowTie and risk management workshop aims at the integration of two crucial elements of the Risk-MS at the level of line and assets managers.

  • Risk Management Framework (focused on the relations to Manage the Risks)
  • Risk Management using the BowTie methodology for significant risk and HSE Cases (How to create operationally relevant HSE cases using the BowTie Methodology)
  • Mr. R B Fox
    bob-bowtie

     

     

    Tripod Beta Practitioner, Training Facilitator and by invitation of the Netherlands based Stichting Tripod Foundation an Appointed Tripod Beta Assessor.For over a decade Bob has facilitated incident investigations using Tripod Beta Methodology. These included 28 fatalities, aviation incidents, armed robberies, hijacking, road tanker incidents and business process upsets.Bob has 25 years experience in oil and allied industries. For 12 years he managed operational training in distribution activities for Shell Southern Africa.He holds a National Diploma  in  Safety  Management through  UNISA, with a  mechanical  engineering  background he has worked in  petrochemicals,  chemicals, road  tanker  operations,  and  construction. Since 1999  he  has  been  active as an independent consultant and has developed HSE Cases, investigated incidents and delivered operational and HSE learning events for contractors working for multinational oil companies. Commissioned by Shell International E&P, he incorporated the Hearts and Minds Programsinto  HSE  Workshops  for  Frontline  Supervisors  and  delivered  these  in  Europe, Africa, middle and far east.  Bob has preferred provider  status  with the  Energy Institute UK for his work with  Frontline  Supervisors  implementing  Hearts & Minds programs.

  • Mr. E.H.J. Janssen
    Ed Janssen

     

     

    Mr. E.H.J. Janssen is an accredited assessor, trainer and practitioner for Ed Janssen studied chemical technology, inorganic materials at the Technical University Twente in the Netherlands and has over 25 years working experience with Shell. He is an active independent consultant and trainer in the area of risk management systems, organizational culture and incident investigation acting in a network of specialists. In addition he was the lecturer and consultant to the Shell E&P Learning Centre for many HSE courses delivered by the centre & redesigned and updated several HSE courses on behalf of the Shell Learning Centre recently.Tripod Beta, experienced trainer and consultant for BowTie Risk Analysis & Hearts and Minds program. He is also an appointed assessor on behalf of the Stichting Tripod Foundation and an active member of the Tripod Beta Incident Investigation Flying Squad team. He is also a Preferred H&M consultant and trainer recognized by the Energy Institute & Specialized in Risk Management Systems, Bowtie and BowtieXP.



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