Incident Monitoring Articles

  • The business value of doing the math

    Under the impulse of trends like ‘big data’, MathWorks, a leading developer of mathematical computing software for engineers and scientists, is broadening its scope, from the technical disciplines to other – more business- and service-oriented – domains. To promote the broad spectrum of applications for its tools and their role in improving the effectiveness of R&D ...

  • Insurer Uses Telematics to Defend Policyholder Liability Claim in UK First

    A UK court has used telematics data in a landmark case, ruling that a driver should not be held liable for a car accident. The case concerned a collision, for which the third party claimed fault lay with the Insure The Box customer. During the trial at ...


    By Microlise Limited

  • Beyond Incident Rates: Use the Power of Leading Indicators to Improve EHS Performance

    What if you were driving somewhere, and could only see backwards in the rear-view mirror? Sounds scary, but this is pretty much how traditional Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) metrics like incident and injury rates have been used for decades to manage performance. Such lagging indicators measure what occurred in the past. They give you a good view of where you’ve been, but not where ...


    By Rivo, a Sphera Company

  • Compliance on the Cutting Edge - Keep Your Company From Becoming an Expensive Lesson in Non-Compliance

    When your company is operating on the cutting edge of technology or seeking to establish a foothold in a new market created by modern technology, the mundane requirements of staying compliant to existing legislation can seem to be archaic and ...


    By Convergepoint

  • Integrated actions in the management of critical hydrologic events

    Owing to the increase in urban populations, there has also been an increased incidence of critical events, especially those related to floods and landslides. Since the implementation of the National Civil Defense System in Brazil, a focus on disaster management is no longer the answer when assisting those affected; instead, the answer has become managing disaster risk, in addition to the ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Preventing loss and protecting profits - Managing security & loss prevention

    Introduction Organisations attempting to combat shrinkage face an increasing barrage of challenges. Shoplifting continues to be a major problem for retail and data security is now pervasive across every industry. The increasing presence of cybercriminals and cyber terrorists pose a much greater threat, and a single hacker sitting in his bedroom can cause far more loss than any ...


    By Rivo, a Sphera Company

  • Metso Minerals - Case Study

    Metso Minerals a is leading global supplier of equipment, service and process solutions to industries including quarrying and aggregates production, mining and minerals processing, construction and civil engineering, and recycling and waste management. In 2008, Metso chose the Intelex Safety Management System to manage all of their corporate health & safety efforts world-wide. The global ...


    By Intelex Technologies Inc.

  • Wincanton case study

    Project Summary Rivo’s Security software solution provides Wincanton with a consistent risk management platform. They are now able to monitor and respond to criminal incidents across pan-European operations more effectively. In 2007 Wincanton’s Group Profit Protection Manager, Paul Regan was looking to introduce a system driven incident reporting and escalation solution that ...


    By Rivo, a Sphera Company

  • Total Petrochemicals & Refining USA Enhances Management System Audits and Risk Assessments for Integration with Incident Reporting

    A decade ago, Total Petrochemicals & Refining USA (TPRI) established itself as a global leader in risk management. The Houston-based company deployed market-leading environmental, health and safety (EHS) incident management and reporting software – IHS IMPACT ERM – at all 17 Total Petrochemicals facilities worldwide to drive operational excellence and ensure compliance with ...


    By IHS Markit

  • Managing incidents in the water utility sector – towards high reliability?

    Do water utilities exhibit characteristics of high organisational reliability? Here, the reported characteristics of high reliability organisations (HROs) were explored within a regional water utility, and specifically within their incident response team. We found the utility well positioned to manage incidents and that many HRO principles were identifiable as management practice under these ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Asian Paints strengthens operational risk management and saves time/money with streamlined incident reporting

    Asian Paints is India's largest paint producer and one of the top ten decorative coatings companies in the world. It reports annual earnings of more than 1.5 billion US dollars (INR 66.80 billion). The company’s success is built on a commitment to operational excellence that includes unwavering dedication to protecting its employees and the environment. In 2007, Asian Paints set out to find ...


    By IHS Markit

  • US forest service tracks motor vehicle incidents nationwide and reduces reporting time by 50%

    The United States Forest Service (USFS) is responsible for administering 193 million acres of forests and grasslands. Established in 1905, the first Chief of the Forest Service, Gifford Pinchot, summed up the service’s dedication to enhancing, restoring and protecting America’s landscapes and water resources by stating the purpose of the Service is “To provide the greatest good ...


    By IHS Markit

  • Reynolds packaging unwraps global EHS system: deploys in only 90 days, delivers immediate value

    In April 2008, Reynolds Packaging Group – manufacturers and marketers of leading consumer products such as Reynolds Wrap Aluminum Foil, Plastic Wrap, Oven Bags, Wax Paper and more – was sold by Alcoa to New Zealand's Rank Group. As the company geared up to do business under new ownership, its Environmental, Health & Safety (EHS) team faced an urgent challenge. They needed to quickly transition ...


    By IHS Markit

  • Essential Incident Master™ excels as Netherlands civil servant

    Ministry puts Incident Master on 24-hour duty to save time and possibly lives, the system is also used to manage the responsibilities of the EU presidency The National Coordination Centre (NCC) of the Netherlands is in operation around-the-clock, poised to coordinate the flow of information and emergency responses in the event of a major national occurrence. One of the primary roles of the NCC ...


    By IHS Markit

  • United Stationers identifies safety trends 99% faster, reduces employee injury costs and lost time

    In 2004, United Stationers Supply Co. made a commitment to become a world-class safety organization. United Stationers is North America's largest broad line wholesale distributor of business products, with 2005 consolidated net sales of US$4.3 billion. The company offers approximately 50,000 items – office products, technology products, office furniture and other products from more than 600 ...


    By IHS Markit

  • Ecological Monitoring of Accidental Water Pollution - Operational Guide

    An important component of Cedre’s work involves designing operational guides which present the results of studies, of experimental work and experience feedback from accidents which have occurred. This guide is aimed at decision-makers liable to be involved in designing and implementing ecological monitoring programmes in the aftermath of an accidental water pollution ...


    By CEDRE

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