Enablon SPF 2018


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Join Standard Model Partners at Enablon SPF Americas 2018 and look out for our Risk Management Hindsight, Insight and Foresight Discussions and Demonstrations
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Look out for the risk-informed decision dashboards in the keynote speech to learn how we can help you structure your Enablon management system and produce meaningful management reports.

Date  JUNE 19, 2018
Time 9:00AM – 10:30AM



Learn how customers measure and monitor the health of their operational excellence management systems by looking at historical trends, cause analysis, and feedback from experts on the ground.

Date  JUNE 19, 2018
Time 1:40PM – 2:10PM


Learn how customers integrate risk and assurance activities using Enablon’s internal audit, environment, health and safety, sustainability, and compliance audit, inspections, assessment, and mobile tools.

Date  JUNE 19, 2018
Time  3:20PM – 4:20PM


Learn how to assess future risk scenarios, including new and developing domains like Cybersecurity and Physical Security using Enablon risk, compliance, incident and assurance capabilities.

Date  JUNE 18-20, 2018
Time  All Day!

Hindsight: Cause analysis.

All incidents regardless of severity must be investigated to ensure that maintenance of measures was conducted, that all risks were identified, and that the incident was not an indicator of a change in circumstances that may warrant a full risk assessment review. Root cause analysis is backward looking and aims to discover control inefficiencies and failures so that these can be corrected as appropriate. Successes and strengths must be considered as well so that these can be enforced.

There are many tools and standardized methods that can be used for root cause analysis. The lessons learned from root cause analysis is documented and incorporated to improve or renew measures, best practices, and training programs to educate responders, the public, and government of emerging issues and incident trends. Root cause analysis is applied to failures and successes to learn everything that is relevant to both outcomes.

Insight: Control assurance.

Control measures should be maintained, monitored, and reviewed periodically as these measures prevent incidents from reoccurring, and are the first indicators that incident severity or frequencies are increasing. Examples of preventive measures may include equipment and machinery maintenance, periodic procedural reviews, policy implementation, management review, structural, automated, and managerial control testing, and independent third line audits. Prevention measures should include compensating measures so that a secondary measure can partially prevent consequences when a primary measure fails.

The processes and procedures for hazard mitigation measures should also be tested and practised to maintain skill levels. Specialized equipment and machinery must be maintained so that they are reliable in a time of crisis, to avoid deployment errors or a skills shortage. High-frequency incidents may have a predefined emergency response plan that fits the type of incident. These plans must also be tested regularly, and stakeholder feedback should be reviewed to ensure effectiveness so that the plan remains adequate for the incident scenario.

Foresight: Risk assessment.

Risk assessment must be future-oriented and should consider all that is known, and all that is uncertain. Risk assessment explicitly addresses future uncertainty and all potential threats, sources of risk, events, causes, consequences and likelihood of occurrence must be identified so that incidents can be prevented, consequences mitigated, property, personnel and the general public protected. Risk assessment is reviewed periodically, especially when an incident occurs to determine if there has been an unidentified risk or a change in circumstances that presents a new, different, or additional risk.

A risk assessment should consider quantitative data and qualitative criteria, and an appropriate risk assessment methodology should be selected that fits the context of the incident. There are many methodologies for estimating the consequence and likelihood of impacts following an incident.

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