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Assess

Control

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2-Day in-house Training Course on the


Bowtie Methodology for Hazard Management
Course Synopsis
The Bowtie Methodology lies at the
foundation of The Hazards and Effects
Management Process (HEMP), the latter being
originally developed to provide a structured
approach to the analysis of safety hazards
throughout the life cycle of an installation
that has become the International Best
Practice for risk management. The Bowtie
technique offers a powerful visual tool for
analyzing
hazard
scenarios
and
communicating to the workforce how hazards
are released, how they can escalate and how
they can be managed effectively.
This two-day session provides participants
with a firm grounding of the principles of the
Hazards and Effects Management Process
(HEMP) and the theoretical and practical
aspects of Bowtie applications. Participants
will be required to undertake a number of
worked exercises in order to gain practical
experience with the use of Bowties.

Learning Objectives
This course is designed to help participants:

Achieve an understanding of the key


principles of HEMP and the Bowtie
Methodology ;

Apply Bowties in a correct manner to


manage HSE hazards associated with
the clients operations and activities;

Who Should Attend


This course is designed for HSE Managers and
Practitioners
and
Managers/Executives
involved in Operations, Maintenance and
Projects.

Course Contents
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Overview of the Hazards and Effects


Management Process (HEMP)
The Principles of the Bowtie
Methodology
Interactive Bowtie Workshop
Bowtie Definitions and Nomenclature
Quiz
Constructing Bowtie Models Group
Exercise
The
BowTieXP
software
demonstration
Maintaining Controls and Barriers
Group Exercise: Construction of
Bowtie Models using hazard data from
clients operations and activities
Summary and Review