Managing risks on projects is a process that includes risk assessment and a mitigation strategy for those risks
Intensive Workshop on July 13th - 14th, 2017
Today’s the selection of proper risk management tools and a technique is critical for better decision-making. Because very few studies scrutinize the use of a workshop as a risk management approach, this paper aims to explore how a risk management workshop can be effectively used in managing project risks, by studying a risk management workshop that was conducted in a public project. An in-depth case study approach was adopted to identify the benefits and challenges of this method of risk management. The subsequent performance of the public organization in managing risks was examined by evaluating its functional risk management implementation. In addition to furthering an organization’s understanding of major project risks, a risk management workshop also provides opportunities for team building. However, a breakdown in the risk communication that eventually resulted in a poor risk management implementation was uncovered in the implementation of the project. Continued efforts to improve risk management implementation are needed to overcome the shortcomings associated with the current practices.
Research has proven over and over again that project performance could be improved considerably through the use of Risk Management. The problems encountered on most projects are predictable and preventable. Risk analyses at the onset of any project will highlight these problems and will increase the chance of completing the project successfully. It will also enable project managers to reduce the time they spend putting out fires.
This comprehensive and practical three-day workshop introduces the participants to the concepts, principals, processes, and application of risk management in a construction project environment. It explains the tools and techniques that will aid participants in the implementation of these practices. Participants will be given opportunities apply the tools and techniques learned to an actual construction project's life cycle. The goal is to minimize risks and maximize opportunities during all phases of the project's life cycle.
At the completion of this two-day workshop, participants will gain the confidence to handle and manage risks for any construction project, regardless of size or complexity. These goals include:
Develop a detailed risk management plan to guide risk management activities.
Develop a risk register that is complete and accurate.
Qualify and quantify project risks.
Prepare risk response strategies to control the risks and maximize the opportunities.
Choose the type of contract to meet the specific risk need of the project.
Understand the risks involved in the construction contract documents.
The objective of this workshop is to provide an understanding and appreciation of the risk management framework. The workshop provides participants with techniques and tools that will help them to address their responsibilities and the any associated risks they are likely to encounter while managing any project. Upon completion, participants will be able to actively participate in or lead project teams through various risk management processes. The Tool Box provided will make their job much easier and more manageable.
The workshop is delivered though lectures, class discussions, individual and group case studies, and exercises. The topics to be covered include: identifying, classifying, assessing, and prioritizing risks, planning, and creating mitigation strategies for handling the identified risks. Risk communication and risk control will also be addressed in detail. The workshop will help participants to understand and to develop risk management skills, and to apply what they have learned on a real-life design and construction project.
The Workshop is designed to be delivered in two day. The first day covers general risk approach, followed by two days covering PMI framework for risk management focuses on risk and contracts and project delivery systems.
OUR WORKSHOP LEADER:
Mr. Sarawut Chenchom / Project Safety, Security Health & Environment Manager (SSHEM) for Gas Separation Plant, Petrochemical Plant Power Plant, Other Construction Project
Mr. Sarawut Chenchom is more than 25 years of hands on and study experiences with construction and project controls, process and plant construction leadership. Well organization and detail oriented as a Supervisor Project Security, Safety Health & Environment Manager (Project SSHE Manager). Safety Operation and control Hazardous Waste and spill controls, all aspects, HAZOP, Qualitative Risk Assessment team Fire and environment Operations. Quality Control, Quality Analysis for new Construction Plant, Expansions, Debottleneck and other project in the Map Tha Phut Thailand.
About His Safety Construction Experiences:
Gas Separation Plant Project , Petrochemical Plant Project , Administration Complex Project, Power plant Hydride Technology Plant Project , King river park project , Expansion Plant Project , Debottleneck Project , Cluster Flare Project , New Boiler Project , Central Laboratory Project , Byproduct Value Added Project , Convert Heavy Gas To Olefins Plant Project Olefins, Polymer Facility & Construction Plant Project. The Cogeneration Power Plant.
Excellence written and Oral Communication, Strong, Management and Supervision Skills, Training and Employee Safety Programs, Procedure, Technical Writing and Drawing, Fire Fighting Chemical Release Control Skills, Bilingual, Read and write/ Thai., Computer Literate with Windows 2010 with Microsoft Application.
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