DUBLIN (12-02-13): EtQ, a leading provider of Quality Management, EHS, and Compliance Management Software, today announced it will be co-presenting a live webinar titled “The Benefits of Bowtie Risk Management in Compliance Systems.”
This webinar will be held on December 11th at 11:00am ET and will be led by Aloft’s Robert Dodd and EtQ’s Tim Fischer. It will demonstrate how Bowtie Risk can proactively mitigate risk by determining potential undesired events, and put controls in place to prevent those events from occurring.
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“Bowtie Risk Management is an effective means of identifying and mitigating risk to increase quality and safety within any organization,” stated Fischer. “During this webinar we will discuss how Bowtie Risk can proactively mitigate risk by determining potential undesired events, and putting controls in place to prevent those events from occurring. We’ll talk about how to use Bowtie Risk to set up controls, assess threats, and identify mitigation strategies to minimize risk on hazards that are elusive, yet critical to the business. Attendees will walk away with a stronger understanding of how this method of Risk Management can benefit their organization.”
EtQ is the leading Quality, EHS, and Operational Risk and Compliance management software provider for identifying, mitigating and preventing high-risk events through integration, automation and collaboration. Founded in 1992, EtQ has always had a unique knowledge of Quality, EHS, and Operational Risk and Compliance processes, and strives to make overall quality operations and management systems better for businesses. EtQ is headquartered in Farmingdale, NY, with main offices located in EMEA, Limerick, and Arizona. EtQ has been providing software solutions to a variety of markets for more than 20 years. For more information, please visit http://www.etq.com or contact us at 800-354-4476.
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