Addressing Human Factors in Bowtie Risk Assessment Method
By Mark Manton, Principal Engineer, Safety, Risk and Compliance at ABS Group
Bowtie analysis does not have an accepted methodology, only proprietary company or software guides, such as ABS Group's THESIS BowTie Risk Management Software. In order to define a standardized Bowtie methodology for process industries, the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS), together with the U.K. Energy Institute (EI), has developed the concept book Guidelines for Barrier Risk Management (Bow Tie Analysis), which also addresses the element of human factors.
The aims of the concept book are to:
- Share current good practices as per several global companies
- Promote a more uniform application of the method and terminology
- Address human and organizational factors using modern ideas
- Avoid common errors
Learn more about the topic, "Representing Human Factors in Bowties as per the New CCPS/EI Concept Book," by requesting access to our presentation from the Hazards27 Conference in Birmingham, U.K., in May 2017. In addition, register for a training course to learn more about Risk Management Using Bowties.
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