Vipsit has experience with building accident and incident systems from scratch and implementing them throughout an organization, or just evaluating and optimizing already existing systems. Capturing these events are important for monitoring the performance and efficiency of the bio/chem risk management procedures. Insight from the trends will inform risk assessments, implementation of additional mitigation measures and training topics.


Facility emergency procedures should be developed well in advance and practiced on a regular basis. Vipsit has, over time, worked with facilities and teams to review developed site specific practices and trained procedures of “unforeseen events” or “unwanted events”.

Moving the unforeseen events into the unwanted events

As soon as something has been practiced, the unforeseen event moves into the bucket of unwanted events: “Stuff we do not hope will happen, but if it does we have thought about it and have a plan.”


Vips have throughout her time in Denmark developed several product GMP and incident management reporting systems as well as root cause analysis procedures as a part of general risk management implementation. We reviews and challenges the developed templates and questions in collaboration with staff and management, and start a trend analysis system that can be assessed and evaluated with relevant statistical analytic methodologies.

Looking through the rear view mirror.

These systems can (if set up correctly) inform training/re-training objectives for the organization, so safety training becomes relevant, tailored, addressing current issues and problem areas. The organization and staff will experience an optimization of invested time and money, and achieve enhanced outcomes resulting in a safer workplace to the benefit of both inside and outside stakeholders and environment.