LIVE WEBINAR
Bowtie Analysis Training Course



SEPTEMBER
7th
11:00am ET


The phase-in period for OSHA's first alignment with GHS is over, but your obligations are not. Getting and staying compliant is vitally important, especially given HazCom’s #2 ranking on OSHA’s most frequently cited standards list, and the Agency’s recent increases in penalties. Additionally, OSHA is currently planning to revise the HazCom standard to align with Revision 7 of the GHS, so you may need to be ready for new changes. It's more important than ever to understand the nuances of HazCom compliance and best practices to keep your workers safe.

This webinar will explain the GHS changes to the 5 key areas of HazCom, address common questions about SDSs and labels, and review recent regulatory activity surrounding the rule and potential changes coming once OSHA aligns the Standard with Revision 7. We'll also offer actionable steps for ensuring compliance and protecting your workforce.

Join us for this in-depth webinar where we'll help bring you up to speed with important HazCom topics including:

  • Changes to OSHA's HazCom standard following the first alignment with GHS
  • HazCom requirements for shipped labels, SDSs, and workplace container labeling systems
  • Recent and ongoing regulatory activity surrounding the standard, including proposed future alignments with GHS Revision 7
  • Best practices for ensuring compliance

Sign up today! Don't miss the GHS webinar series that has helped thousands of safety professionals manage OSHA's adoption of the Globally Harmonized System.

 

Bowtie Analysis Training Course (8 hours)

Many EHS professionals struggle with managing workplace risks, whether it is accurately assessing them, controlling them, or getting the entire workplace involved in the process. In this 8-hour training class, split into two afternoon sessions, you will learn how bowtie analysis can help you quickly understand:

  • the linkages between threats and outcomes.
  • what controls you have in place.
  • how those controls act to reduce risk, and why they are only as effective as the person/process verifying them.
  • how bowties can be used to represent an incident pathway and to assess the risk of undesirable outcomes.
  • how bowties can engage your workforce in best risk management practices.
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Bowties are representations of causal pathways that relate causes to top events and outcomes. They are frequently used to communicate and assess risk scenarios. This online training course is ideal for operations, maintenance, engineering, EHS leadership and support teams, and management staff.



Eight hours of instruction in two 4-hour sessions:

Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Eastern &
Wednesday, Sept. 8, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Eastern

Attendees will use the VelocityEHS Risk Management software to get hands-on practice creating bowtie analyses.

Earn CEUs! – This webinar meets the criteria for continuing education units (CEUs) through several associations. A certificate of completion is available upon request after your full attendance of this course.

Course tuition: $500 U.S.D.

Course requirements: A computer with sound and speakers, internet connection, and the ability to log in to virtual event programs. Attendees will be given temporary access to our cloud-based tools and pre-course instruction on accessing the software.

Cancellation policy:
If you must cancel your registration, please contact us with a written notice at least five business days prior to the course for a full refund. For a group of three or more, written cancellations must be submitted at least 15 business days prior to the start of the event for a full refund. If cancelling in less than 15 business days prior to the event, a refund less 25% will be reimbursed; a refund less 50% will be reimbursed for a group of five or more. Substitutions may be arranged at any time.
Day 1
  • Introduction to Risk – risk perception, consequences, and likelihood of events.
  • Bowtie types – an overview of the different types of bowties and how they are aligned with different risk management goals.
  • Bowtie techniques – how to construct an effective bowtie using the threats, controls, top events, escalation factors and outcomes.
  • Bowtie development in software – use VelocityEHS Risk Management solution to build bowties
  • Bowtie scenario development – how to formulate a scenario suitable for bowtie development
Day 2
  • Threats and control types – a more detailed look into threats and controls and what constitutes a strong or weak control.
  • Control effectiveness and Risk Mathematics – how does the effectiveness of a control impact on the assessed risk
  • Main workshop facilitated by trainer – this is a multi-stage workshop where trainee’s will build a bowtie for a given situation and then refine it to enable an effective risk assessment.
  • Use of bowties in safety management of a facility – how to use the bowtie in identifying critical controls and safety management elements that require verification and management.
Sunny Pillay
Senior Consultant at Safety Solutions

Sunny has over 15 years of global experience in design and manufacturing across the Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, and Refining sectors. He is competent in small to large Project Design & Commissioning, Process Safety, Process Hazard Reviews, Safety Case, Audits & Verification, Major Hazard Facility Safety Assessment and Safety Management Systems. He is an associate member of ICHEME.

Learn more about VelocityEHS training partner, Safety Solutions.

Need to train more associates?
Ask us about a customized course for your organization!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bowtie Analysis Training Course (8 hours)

Many EHS professionals struggle with managing workplace risks, whether it is accurately assessing them, controlling them, or getting the entire workplace involved in the process. In this 8-hour training class, split into two afternoon sessions, you will learn how bowtie analysis can help you quickly understand:

  • the linkages between threats and outcomes.
  • what controls you have in place.
  • how those controls act to reduce risk, and why they are only as effective as the person/process verifying them.
  • how bowties can be used to represent an incident pathway and be used to assess the risk of undesirable outcomes.
  • how bowties can engage your workforce in best risk management practices
Eight hours of instruction in two 4-hour sessions:

Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Eastern &
Wednesday, Sept. 8, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Eastern

velocity_monitor_risk_management.png



Bowties are representations of causal pathways that relate causes to top events and outcomes. They are frequently used to communicate and assess risk scenarios. This online training course is ideal for operations, maintenance, engineering, EHS leadership and support teams, and management staff.

Course Agenda:

Day 1
  • Introduction to Risk – risk perception, consequences, and likelihood of events.
  • Bowtie types – an overview of the different types of bowties and how they are aligned with different risk management goals.
  • Bowtie techniques – how to construct an effective bowtie using the threats, controls, top events, escalation factors and outcomes.
  • Bowtie development in software – use VelocityEHS Risk Management solution to build bowties
  • Bowtie scenario development – how to formulate a scenario suitable for bowtie development
Day 2
  • Threats and control types – a more detailed look into threats and controls and what constitutes a strong or weak control.
  • Control effectiveness and Risk Mathematics – how does the effectiveness of a control impact on the assessed risk
  • Main workshop facilitated by trainer – this is a multi-stage workshop where trainee’s will build a bowtie for a given situation and then refine it to enable an effective risk assessment.
  • Use of bowties in safety management of a facility – how to use the bowtie in identifying critical controls and safety management elements that require verification and management.
Attendees will use the VelocityEHS Risk Management software to get hands-on practice creating bowtie analyses.

Register Today! The course is limited to a maximum of 10 participants.

Earn CEUs! – This webinar meets the criteria for 0.167 CM point of continuing education credit through ABIH. A certificate of completion is available upon request after your full attendance of this session.

Course tuition: $500 U.S.D.

Course requirements: A computer with sound and speakers, internet connection, and the ability to login to virtual event programs. Attendees will be given temporary access to our cloud-based tools and pre-course instruction on accessing the software.

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About your instructor:


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Sunny Pillay
Senior Consultant at Safety Solutions


Sunny has over 15 years of global experience in design and manufacturing across the Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, and Refining sectors. He is competent in small to large Project Design & Commissioning, Process Safety, Process Hazard Reviews, Safety Case, Audits & Verification, Major Hazard Facility Safety Assessment and Safety Management Systems. He is an associate member of ICHEME.

Learn more about VelocityEHS training partner, Safety Solutions.

Need to train more associates?
Ask us about a customized course for your organization!

Cancellation policy:
If you must cancel your registration, please contact us with a written notice at least five business days prior to the course for a full refund. For a group of three or more, written cancellations must be submitted at least 15 business days prior to the start of the event for a full refund. If cancelling in less than 15 business days prior to the event, a refund less 25% will be reimbursed; a refund less 50% will be reimbursed for a group of five or more. Substitutions may be arranged at any time.