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Jean-Baptiste Berthomieu

Jean-Baptiste Berthomieu

Jean-Baptiste is a generalist engineer specialized in process and industrial risk management from the National Institute of Applied Sciences of France (INSA Rouen) in 2011. He also holds a Bachelor degree in chemistry and environmental applications for depollution of water, soil and air for the University of Provence. His educations, private and professional experiences allow him to think outside of the box, to adapt and to work in a wide scope of projects. Project manager and specialized in small-scale bunkering risk assessment, he is an all-rounder and open-minded and interested in everything that can support safe and sustainable development of societies On a day-to-day basis, he is supporting companies by coming with new approaches for risk assessments, such as digitalized and dynamic risk assessment or dynamic visualizations of the risk assessments. He is working mostly in cross-cultural, cross-disciplinary projects in order provide smarter, safer, greener solutions for demanding clients.

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Managing safety in a changing time

Managing safety in a changing time

*   Our colleagues from DNV GL in Norway will organize on Tuesday 11th of January 2017 a breakfast seminar around the “safety management” topic. As discussed in different articles, like the last one, the causes of major accidents ar ...

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Is safety under control on the Norwegian Continental Shelf?

Is safety under control on the Norwegian Continental Shelf?

Our deemed experts Andreas Falck and Børre Paaske take a stand and explain how DNV GL could support safety management on the Norwegian continental shelf that has recently showed some weaknesses. Indeed, the Norwegian Oil & Gas industry is n ...

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Why major accidents are not due to random failures

Why major accidents are not due to random failures

Jamie Elliott discusses how understanding systemic risks can help us achieve the next level of major hazard safety. On 1 July 2002 two planes collided in mid-air over the German town of Überlingen.  Whilst the technology may be different, this a ...

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