Projects

Tapora has been involved in different projects across different industries. Tapora is specialised in safety management, risk management, human factors and system safety consultancy services. Tapora has experience from the completion of various incident investigations, human factors and system safety projects in the following industries; nuclear, process, oil & gas, aviation, air traffic control and railway as well as delivering human factors and system safety courses to universities.

2017 – 2020
System Safety Engineering and Flight Safety Assessment in ATM projects

Tapora has been assigned to projects related to system safety engineering, including flight safety assessments, in various ATM projects for an Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP). 

The system safety engineering projects include the completion of a flight safety assessments and completed as safety cases for each project. This in turn includes a Safety plan, Functional Hazard Analysis (FHA), Preliminary System Safety Assessment, System Safety Assessment, Hazard log and finally the Safety case. The flight safety assessment has been nased on Eurocontrols Safety Assessment Method (SAM). From January 2020 all safety assessments are complaint with the regulation 2017/373 – requirements for providers of ATM/ANS and other ATM network functions and their oversight.

2019 – 2020
Incident Investigation Support for a large engine manufacturer

Project included a management seminar regarding incident investigation development. Project includes developing the incident management process as well as providing incident investigation training.

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2017 – 2020
Human Factors Engineering support in the design process

Tapora has been involved in the design of a new facility in the nuclear related industry as a Human Factors Engineering (HFE) advisor. The aim of the project is to encapsulate spent nuclear fuel in copper canisters before its final disposal. This in line with the nuclear power program philosophy of continuously upgrading safety requirements as a driving force for development. This project will involve building a new encapsulation plant.

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2015 – 2020
Human Factors Incident Investigation Training for Senior Investigators

Human Factors Incident Investigation Training for Senior Investigators in a large Energy Group including wind power. Training courses completed in:

  • Denmark
  • UK
  • Germany
  • United States
  • Singapore
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2018 – 2019
Task risk assessment for a dairy plant

The assignment included the completion of a task risk assessment of various work activities with a focus on hazardous tasks at the dairy plant.

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2015 – 2018
Safety Leadership Seminars

Tapora has completed Safety Leadership seminars for leaders in different process and chemical companies. Seminars has been completed at several occasions in Denmark, Sweden and Panama.

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2015 – 2020
Safety Management System in Aviation
  • Completion of Risk Assessment of different types of flight operations
  • Implementation of a Hazard log
  • Set-up of a risk-based Management of Change system

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2015 – 2016
HSE Contractor Management and Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA) guideline documents

Tapora developed guidelines document for HSE Contractor Management and Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA) for the Swedish Association of Process Safety (IPS).

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2014 – 2015
Development of a Human Factors Incident Investigator training program for senior investigators in a leading Energy Group in Northern Europe

Investigator Human Factors Incident Investigator training program. Development of a training program for senior incident investigators in a large energy group based on modern safety science methods provided by Hollnagel, Woods and Dekker.

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2014 – 2015
Lead Investigator for a global Oil & Gas operator

Lead investigator for an incident investigation in a global Oil & Gas operator. The investigation was for one of the companies main business units in the Middle East.

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2011 – 2014
Group Senior Human Factors/ Safety Advisor for a global Oil & Gas operator

Secondment to to a global Oil & Gas operator as Senior Human Factors/Safety Advisor. Assignment as senior advisor in Human Factors and System Safety in accident and incident investigations throughout the Group:

  • Business Unit senior safety support to international business units in Asia and Europe.
  • Process Safety advisor related to Management of Change, Risk Management and Contractor Management.
  • Project “Root Causes in Investigations”. Elaborating how to investigate root causes in relation to accident and incident investigations.
  • Expert advisor in Incident investigations
  • Incident investigation training
  • Process safety training
  • Human Factors Engineering – framework for Human Factors in HAZOP/HAZID process
  • Internal Human Factors Engineering lecturer for process engineers
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2014
Incident Investigation Lecturer for a nordic Engineering Company

Lecture: Modern safety science in incident investigations

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2014
Safety leadership and human factors training

Safety leadership and human factors lecturer for leaders in the Swedish Armed Forces maintenance organisation. Changing the focus from why things go wrong to the understanding of why things go right (understanding resilience).

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2014
Safety Leadership training for senior leaders

Safety Leadership for senior leaders in for a Global Terminal Network provider. Completion of Safety Leadership course for the leadership team in Latin America.

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2013
Outlining Human Factors and System Safety in a leading Energy Group in Northern Europe

Outlining Human Factors and System Safety in a leading Energy Group in Northern Europe. Defining what Human Factors is and what the company already is doing well in this regard. HSE Managers, HSE engineerings and other HSE staff participated in the workshops.

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2012 – 2013
Lead Investigator for a leading Energy Group in Sweden

Lead investigator for an incident investigation in a nuclear power plant.

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2012
Incident Investigation lecturer for a railway cargo operator

Lecturer for a railway cargo operators accident and incident investigators. How to complete incident investigations using the Human Factors and System Safety approach.

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2012
Complex Systems in Technology and Society

Lecturing Human Factors and System Safety in the course “Complex Systems in Technology and Society” within the masters Programme in Sociotechnical Systems Engineering at Uppsala University.

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2012
Asset Integrity Management training for an Oil & Gas operator in Asia
  • HSE Asset Integrity and Reliability Management Training
  • Human Factors Training
  • Leadership Training

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2011 – 2012
Global Process Safety Project

Global Process Safety Project

  • Development, implementation and support for the Group, Corporate HSSEQ, with regards to global risk-based process safety “Management of Change (MoC)”.
  • Project deliverables included development of a corporate MoC standard, procedures and procedures template, process flow charts, MoC pocket guide, training and coaching of staff. World-wide roll-out in the different business units:
    • UK
    • US
    • Qatar
    • Brazil
    • Angola
    • Denmark
    • Kazakhstan
    • Norway

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2011
Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) Nuclear

Project Manager and Human Factors expert for the Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) for a nuclear power plant shutdown period completed in 2011.

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2011
Risk Analysis for a railway operator

Qualitative risk analysis related to the introduction of one-man operated trains on the local route in a nordic country.

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2010 – 2011
NPSAG, Sweden, Germany and Finland

Human Factors expert in the EXAM-HRA research project. The EXAM-HRA was a Nordic and German project assessing human reliability analysis (HRA) applications in existing probabilistic safety analysis (PSA) studies. The overall project objective was to provide guidance for a ”state of the art” HRA to ensure that plant specific properties are properly taken into consideration in the analysis.

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2010
CRIOP analysis for a railway operator

Qualitative risk analysis investigation related to a portable dead-man’s handle in the drivers cabin utilizing a CRIOP-analysis.

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2020
Crisis management for an industrial plant

The assignment includes, among other things, a communication plan addressed from management to all personnel on site as well as globally related to the management of the consequences of pandemic due to the Corona virus..

2010
Quality Revision of a Helicopter Operator in Norway

Internal revision of the JAR-OPS 3 flight operations management system.

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2010
Outlining Risk Management in a chemical process plant

Outlining Risk Management in a chemical process plant.

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2019
Crisis Management for a dairy plant

Crisis management training for the leadership team at a dairy plant in Sweden. The training included a desk exercise with different scenarios with different training purposes. We ended with a report that included things that worked well and things that could be improved.

2010 – 2012
Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) method development

Development of a new and updated Human Reliability Analysis (HRA) method for a nuclear power plant operator within the framework of Probabilistic Safety Assessment (PSA).

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2016
HAZID of a medical device system

The purpose of the HAZID study was to identify possible hazards for a new medical technology system whose functional purpose is to decontaminate rooms contaminated with viruses, bacteria, germs, toxic mold and spores. The purpose of the study was also to generate a set of recommendations / measures to eliminate or minimize the identified hazards. The results from the HAZID study were summarized in a HAZID report which presented a number of measures which in turn are followed up and shut down by the client.

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