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RISK MANAGEMENT

OBJECTIVES OF RISK MANAGEMENT

A formalised and structured approach with adequate tools to :

Secure Project objectives

Help decision making

Have a better understanding and control of risks that can prevent you from achieving Project targets for :

Schedule

Budget

Technical specifications / performance / quality

Revenue

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RISK MANAGEMENT

ORGANISATION

A risk management is not only for large and complex projects. It can be and must be adapted to :

The size and strategic importance of the Project

The level of risk of the Project : complexity, innovations, uncertainties, constraints….

The phase of the Project it is applied to

Minimum :

Light and standard procedures,

Management by a person in charge of a few projects for RM,

Simple Risk tables…

Maximum :

Specific Risk Management Plan,

Full Risk Register, probabilistic cost and schedule models,

Dedicated Risk Assessment Manager…

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RISK MANAGEMENT

Systematic analysis of the risks

Risk = event that is detrimental to one or several objective(s)

Identification and ranking of the risks

Definition of specific actions linked to the risks:

Mitigation (if possible!)

Monitoring

Empowering experience for the project team members

Enhances the perception of the project stakes

Contributes to the team spirit (management tool)

Is implemented all through the project

Risks evolve over time

Actions are spread out

“Top five” & communication

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RISK MANAGEMENT THE FIVE STEPS PROCESS

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RISK MANAGEMENT –KEY ISSUES

 

 

 

 

 

Exchange

 

 

 

 

Market & price

 

Rate risks

 

 

 

risks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Geological

risks Kidnapping risks

PROJECT

Reserves risks

Political

risks Non-completion

risks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Operating

 

Environmental

 

 

 

risks

 

risks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CONSTRUCTION

MANAGEMENT

CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT

WHAT IS CONSTRUCTABILITY ?

“The optimum use of construction knowledge and experience in planning, design, procurement and field operations to achieve overall project objectives”

(CII - Construction Industry Institute Definition)

IN PARTICULAR

Determining more efficient construction methods,for example considering modularization of pre-assembly program

Assigning construction personnel to the engineering office during design

Allowing construction personnel to review design documents periodically

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CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULE ONSHORE

Site Preparation

Civil Works, Roads, Railways

Mechanical

 

Structural Steel

Completion

 

U/G Piping Installation

 

Equipment Erection

 

A/G Piping Erection

 

U/G Electrical Cables

Generally on the critical path

 

A/G Electrical Installation

 

Electrical Tracing

Instrumentation

Fire Proofing

Painting - Insulation

Precommissioning

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QUALITY MANAGEMENT

QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Reflects an established Quality Management “doctrine”

Common understanding of what Quality on a project means

A standardized implementation of company principles

A better guarantee to get what is expected

A COMMON SENSE doctrine!

The principles must be practical and applicable

The objective is not to work “for art’s sake”

The objective is not to generate heaps of documents

A TRACEABLE common sense!

Some rules need to be followed

« Who (has done) does what, why and when? »

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