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Risk Management – Real world applications for Utilities

by Darin Hendry 
August 29, 2012 | 73:20 | Views: 192 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.20 / 7

In this webinar we will discuss real world tools and techniques used to plan for risks, alert stakeholders of potential risks, analyze risks, and develop, implement, and monitor plans to address risks long before they become issues that can adversely affect project cost, performance, and schedule. In this webinar participants will: -Learn techniques used to plan for risks -Learn techniques used to identifying risks -Work with real world examples of stakeholder (project sponsor as well as executive level) reports. -Work with real world example of a risk register. -Receive as takeaways, working report templates and risk register.

Risk Management Webinar Series-1

by Darin Hendry 
March 21, 2013 | 60:48 | Views: 276 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.71 / 7

An expert in Risk Management from the utility industry will present a three part webinar series on Risk Management tools and techniques. In this webinar series we will discuss various tools and techniques you can use to plan for risks, alert stakeholders of potential risks, analyze these risks, and develop, implement, and monitor plans to address the risks long before they become issues that can adversely affect project cost, performance, and schedule. This webinar series is geared toward those with advanced risk management skills " This is the first of a three part series on this topic. Register for all three for a complete series of Risk Management tools and techniques!

Risk Management Webinar Series-2

by Darin Hendry 
April 23, 2013 | 65:01 | Views: 289 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 5.82 / 7

An expert in Risk Management from the utility industry will present a three part webinar series on Risk Management tools and techniques. In this webinar series we will discuss various tools and techniques you can use to plan for risks, alert stakeholders of potential risks, analyze these risks, and develop, implement, and monitor plans to address the risks long before they become issues that can adversely affect project cost, performance, and schedule. This webinar series is geared toward those with advanced risk management skills. This is the second of a three part series on the topic. Register for all three for a complete series of Risk Management tools and techniques!

TCPI – The great Fortune Telling lie detection tool

by Dale Boeckman
September 18, 2014 | 50:44 | Views: 436 | PDUs: 1.00 | Rating: 6.12 / 7

Many projects use SPI and CPI as indicators for past schedule and cost performance. However these indices do very little to assess the productivity required to achieve project completion on-time and within budget. To Complete Productivity Index (TCPI) provides that prediction support and if used, properly can greatly aid in timely decision making. This webinar introduces TCPI and illustrates its power and utility through the use of various scenarios.

Request for Outage

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When it's necessary to turn off, lock out or deactivate a system or utility for contract work or construction purposes, it's a good idea to get permission from proper authorities and provide notification to all parties affected. Use this request form for both.

Conversion Routines

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What is the best way to get data from the legacy system(s) into the new system? Design your conversion routines to organize the process.

Subcontractor Administrator Checklist for Safety Regulations and Site Conditions

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Whether your construction site is small or large, you need to keep an eye on safety regulations as well as site conditions, not just for your own people, but for all the subcontractors, too. But you can't always be everywhere all the time. Here's where this form comes in. Issue one to every subcontractor, and make sure it gets filled out properly.

Subcontract Conditioning Questionnaire

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Make sure your bidders fully understand what's expected of them at the construction site. Make sure they fill out this detailed questionnaire so there are no surprises.

Generating a Useful Construction Activities Work Schedule

by Edwin Rivera Sierra

Construction project planning requires creating detailed construction activities work schedules. Being organized with all your construction documents can minimize missing key information. Learn how to develop a clear and complete schedule, and how it can make a complex project seem a bit easier to handle.

Project Manager Estimate at Completion (PMEAC)

by Rob Seiler Jerry B. Insall Lynn W. Heenan

Project Manager Estimate at Completion (PMEAC) is the official version — it incorporates the project manager’s professional judgment. Readers will be able to use PMEAC to reduce errors in estimates at completion, save time in communicating completion estimate variances, and reduce the confusion around multiple ways to calculate EAC.

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