Phone: + 31 85 006 4343
Judica van Deenen
Henk van Leenen
Johan van der Vorm
David van Valkenburg
SCROLL DOWN TO MEET YOUR EXPERT
An independent, very experienced Incidents- and Risk Management analyst, management consultant and teacher/coach with an empathic personality; economist, as well as a certified information architect, specialising in: fostering organisation culture maturity; business process (re)design and information architecture; business risk assessment and -analysis and teaching analytical techniques; strategic, information, (re)organisation and alliances consulting; proven tutoring capacities in French, English, German and Dutch.
Over the years (decades) Peter has become highly motivated to help organisations learn from adverse events in order to enhance their risk management, and foster their organisational maturity. And, no less, to coach and train individuals to become better (risk- and incident management) professionals.
Judica van Deenen
With a background in Health Sciences, Judica has worked as an independent incident investigator, analyst and trainer for more than 10 years. Fields in which Judica has applied her knowledge include oil & gas, chemical industry, food, construction, transport, maritime sector, governmental organisations, energy sector (including nuclear and wind).
As an experienced and efficient professional, she applies a high standard. She has a constructive and supportive approach in situations in which your company is confronted by adverse events that affect the business integrity. With professional tools, Judica will help you to come to an analysis and understanding of these incidents. To learn from them and to improve your business.
Oscar has studied Electronics and has a bachelor's degree in mathematics, and held various positions in the ICT sector. He was closely involved in the development and automation of several safety-related processes, such as the Tripod Delta survey and the Tripod DeltaBase. In 2006, Oscar started as a Trainer/Consultant in the field of Risk & Incident Management. His projects mainly focused on training and implementation of BowTie, Tripod Beta and safety culture and behaviour programmes, such as Balance and Hearts & Minds.
In his role as Lead Investigator and Sr. Trainer/Consultant, he has gained international experiences in a wide range of industries, such as oil and gas (up/downstream), mining, chemical and process industry, nuclear & wind energy, maritime, aviation, government (infrastructure), health care, food & nutrition and rail industry. He is very driven and passionate about applying and sharing his knowledge and experience to support clients to take their 'learning from incidents' to the next level, in close cooperation with partners.
Tripod Beta Practitioner, Training Facilitator and by invitation of the Netherlands based Stichting Tripod Foundation an Appointed Tripod Beta Assessor. For over a decade and a half Bob has facilitated incident investigations using the Tripod Beta Methodology. These encompassed 28 fatal incidents, aviation incidents, armed robberies, hijacking, road tanker incidents, E&P Drilling operations and business process upsets. Bob has 25 years' experience in oil and allied industries. For 12 years he managed operational training in distribution activities for Shell Southern Africa. He holds a National Diploma in Safety Management through UNISA, with a mechanical engineering background he has worked in petrochemicals, chemicals, road tanker operations, and construction. Since 1999 he has been active as an independent consultant and has developed HSE Cases, investigated incidents and delivered operational and HSE learning events for Oil Majors and contractors working for multinational companies. Bob was a Guest Learning Facilitator for the Shell Open University and preferred service provider for the Energy Institute UK.
After 25 years of working for Shell, where he became involved in the development and application of the Tripod Beta methodology, Ed is active as independent consultant and trainer in the area of risk management systems, organisational culture and incident investigation for about 20 years now. Accredited practitioner and trainer for Tripod Beta, an appointed assessor on behalf of the Stichting Tripod Foundation. H&M consultant and trainer, recognized by the Energy Institute. Specialized in Risk Management Systems, Bowtie and BowtieXP.
Ed is active worldwide in many types of business. Besides e.g. the oil and gas, transport and pharmaceutical sectors, over the past ten years focusing on the health sector as well. Some references are: Academic Medical Centre Amsterdam, Erasmus Medical Centre Rotterdam.
Henk van Leenen
Henk is a senior SHEQ Professional, Mechanical Engineer and CPL pilot by education and has > 30 years experience in larger organisations. He advised senior management in a variety of industries, i.e. Oil & Gas (upstream & downstream), Rail, Construction, Semi-Conductor and Aviation. He applies a practical and emphatic approach to complex challenges and projects, assuring the fine balance and interaction between people and technology. As a Lead Investigator he coordinated investigation teams for a number of highly complex events using the Tripod Beta Analysis method. Henk's motivation is to help organisations achieve zero incidents by improving their safety culture and people's behaviours.
By education, Jan is a chemical engineer and SHE professional with 30+ years of experience. Jan investigated many process safety-related accidents but also many in other disciplines. He is Tripod Beta assessor, trainer and practitioner, accredited by the Tripod Foundation. Besides this, he carries out risk analyses (HAZOP, BowTie, QRA), consulting in Safety Management Systems and training.
Independent risk management expert in a network organisation.
After an 8-year career in the Royal Netherlands Navy and 10 years of experience as Safety Manager in an offshore oil company, Victor is a practitioner. From 1984 to 2000 he held the position of General Manager of AdviSafe Consultants. When the agency acquired the rights to perform Tripod Beta analyses from Shell (1998), he founded the Flying Squad, that quickly grew into a respected internationally operating Incident Investigation Team. In 2000 he retired from AdviSafe. From that time onwards he operates as an independent risk management expert, Tripod trainer and incident investigator.
Edwin is a highly motivated incident investigator with extensive experience (100+ investigations) in many different industries, countries and cultures. He has been working as a safety specialist since 1999, trained at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and with a Post-Bachelor in Safety Engineering.
Edwin’s focus is on improving your business processes by learning from adverse events. By forming a team with client representatives, the investigation, analysis and reporting of the underlying causes will lead to a tangible result in an efficient way. Edwin has been involved in several investigations involving fatal accidents and/or legal privilege.
Edwin can also help you build an in-company incident management structure, including aspects such as reporting, investigation, analysis, prioritzing your actions, trend analysis and monitoring of remedial measures.
Mario Schoonderwoerd studied and graduated in Telecommunication (BSc), Law and Government (MA) and Crisis- & Disaster Management (MCDm). As a former fire officer on bronze, silver and gold level, he gained in more than 20 years a lot of knowledge and experience in safety, rescue and crisis- & disaster management. He was a fire chief/marshal, senior inspector with the Ministry of the Interior, safety officer, investigator and (fire)chemist expert. In 2014 he started as an independent crisis management trainer and consultant and as an incident & response investigator using among other things the Tripod Beta analysis method. In 2018 he became a member of an aviation safety committee. Mario investigates by focusing on what happened? rather than who did it? For this and his transparent way of investigating, Mario is highly respected regardless of the outcome of the investigation.
John is an accredited and very experienced Tripod Beta Practitioner, Trainer and Assessor. One main focus of his work is integrating clear understanding of human factors into critical aspects of an organization’s business processes. In addition to investigating highly technical business disruptions, John is proactively assessing risks using bow tie methodology, developing and auditing risk management systems, and delivering ‘Hearts and Minds’ learning events. John applies related concepts from these activities to incident analysis, providing clients with a holistic view of why business upsets occur.
John is a registered Professional Engineer with over 30 years of progressive experience (>20 years international) working extensively in the Engineering, Managerial, HSE, Process Safety, and Quality functional areas. He has experience within the hydrocarbon, electrical utility, chemical, pipeline, and mining industries, as well as with a major astronomical observatory in Hawaii.
Johan van der Vorm
Studied at Delft University of Technology and has a Master Management of Safety, Health & Environment. Johan is specialised in strengthening companies in the field of safety. He is experienced in in-depth accident investigation in several industries (e.g. chemical, energy and service provider). Was member of the ESREDA Project group on Dynamic Learning as the Follow-up from Accident Investigations, co-author of e.g. On creating a learning space and Barriers to learning from incidents and accidents. Led two safety departments of the Dutch Railroads. His career developed in the context of government, railroad industry, independent applied research and risk management. Trained in Tripod Beta and well experienced in several auditing schemes on occupational health and safety. Exploring benefits of FRAM and the re-enactment of near misses and incidents by serious games. Experienced in management of change. Johan is active as principal consultant and project leader dedicated to supporting the learning organisation and developing resilience capabilities.
David van Valkenburg
David has a background in a number of high risk industries including the Dutch Navy, oil & gas, chemical industry, maritime sector, Air traffic control, Dutch Railways and Healthcare. He has extensive experience as an incident investigator and Human Factors expert.
He combines his experience with the more progressive investigation approaches based on Safety II and resilience. The focus lies on the way work is done in practice and reflecting on that with the people doing the work. David is passionate about the way we organise work and the influence that has on the level of safety. This perspective is also incorporated in his thorough analysis. He believes that making work more fun also makes work safer!
An open-minded incident investigator who is able to help you learn as an organisation. Peter is a chemical engineer specialised in risk management. Both in process safety as well as occupational health & safety. Peter has many years of experience as Tripod Trainer and in incident investigation with Tripod Beta, Root Cause Analysis (RCA) and BSCAT. Peter has worked several years as an (interim) HSE manager. This means he has experience as an incident investigator and he has experienced working in a company that was the subject of an investigation. Peter has worked in oil & gas, railway industry, health care, tank storage, nuclear industry and renewables.