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Helpdesk availability over the holidays

The S-Risk helpdesk will not be available over the Christmas holidays (starting December 21). Please keep sending your questions over, they will be answered as soon as possible from January 4 onwards.

S-Risk demonstration video

We have added a short video, illustrating the basic usage of S-Risk to our Documents page. In less than 10 minutes, you become familiar with the S-Risk model.

See the video on our Documents page!

New and updated FAQ entries

We have added more FAQ entries and updated existing ones, based on the feedback we have received via the S-Risk helpdesk. 

FAQ entry updated:

New FAQ entries:

New approach for S-Risk trainings

We have re-organised the concept for our S-Risk training sessions, and have added new dates for upcoming trainings.

More information can be found on our Events page.

S-Risk in Brussels starting in January 2016

As of January 1, 2016, IBGE-BIM will put forward S-Risk as the standard model for use in the framework of sustainable soil management in the Brussels region.

Brussels will rely on the same S-Risk model that is currently applicable for the Flanders region. Hence, companies with a license for the Flemish version of S-Risk will not have to order an additional license.

Companies interested in purchasing a license can find more information on our Registration page.

User manual updated

The S-Risk user manual has been updated and can be found on our Documents page, in English and Dutch. Typos and inconsistencies have been corrected and we included new content on the features introduced by S-Risk 1.1.

Technical Guidance Document has been updated

The updated Technical Guidance Document can be found here.

New FAQ added

A new entry was added to our FAQ page, explaining why certain metals can not be customized:

FAQ updates

Two of our Frequently Asked Questions have been revised and updated, and a new one added:

Explanations have been adjusted and extended, and a new, more efficient workaround for a basement in contact with groundwater has been formulated. The FAQ content was discussed and developed in close collaboration with VEB and OVAM.

S-Risk license agreement updated

The S-Risk license agreement has been revised and updated, in order to make it more suitable with regard to the use of S-Risk in an interregional or international context. The new license agreement will be applicable to all new S-Risk licenses. For existing licensees, the old license agreement remains in effect. 

These adjustments do not affect or change the S-Risk operational service in any way.

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