Giving you the Tools: Procedures and Arrangements
Any tradesperson needs certain tools and materials to do their jobs. They want to achieve the best performance with the resources at their disposal and need to avoid unwanted losses or breakages.
The tools of an organisation are their procedures which dictate how their resources are used to meet their goals. These arrangements need to help the organisation manage the risks associated with their work and must help get the very best out of their resources.
As a tradesperson grows in experience and reputation, they can take on bigger and more complex tasks. Their selection of tools will slowly become more powerful and sophisticated.
Preparing you to manage the pre-construction phase of a construction project
A well-planned and managed construction project will usually be completed on time, on budget and with no major adverse events. In contrast, a poorly managed project will often be beset by delays, overspends, adversarial relationships and incidents.
I am an Incorporated Member with the Association for Project Safety (IMaPS) and have experience of working as a CDM Co-ordinator, CDM Advisor and CDM Manager, on a wide range of projects, from small refurbishments to major new builds. The largest project that I have provided advice for is a £1bn carbon capture project.