A missed approach is considered a standard procedure. An aircraft can come into conflict with departing air traffic when it has to execute a missed approach and a converging departure runway is being used. Air Traffic Control the Netherlands (LVNL) and its partners have been investigating how they can further increase the safety of this procedure. Timing appears to be an effective measure to reduce the risk of converging approach and takeoff operations. By ensuring there is adequate time between these operations we can further decrease the risk of conflicts occurring. It was decided to implement timing for all converging runways, taking into account the geometry for each of the converging runway combinations. Air Traffic Control the Netherlands (LVNL) will implement a support system to help the runway controller maintain the required distances between aircraft for each of the runway combinations. Implementation of the first stage is foreseen for the fourth quarter of 2021.