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    Changing Your Delivery Strategy (risk management implications for infrastructure projects) During the development and delivery of large-scale infrastructure projects it is sometimes necessary to make material changes to the delivery strategy. Factors potentially influencing such a change include market capacity issues (lack of competition), interface complexity issues (technical, organisational, contractual) and project budget pressures (tender pricing > budget). Key questions for discussion by the panel include: Recent major project delivery strategy changes and the key risks that changed as a result. How interface risks may be affected, including creation of new or additional interface risks. Potential impacts on project budget despite the project scope remaining unchanged. Techniques for evaluating risks under different delivery strategy changes. About the panel John McLuckie: Chairman, Valorem Advisory John has over 40 years’ experience in key leadership roles on large and complex infrastructure projects, covering project definition, business case, procurement, design, supply, construction, commissioning, maintenance and operations. Kay Salvair Smith: Partner, Minter Ellison Kay leads Minter Ellison's Infrastructure Consulting team and for more than 20 years has partnered with government and private clients to deliver commercial and technical infrastructure solutions in the Australian market. Dr Mike Rollo: Director, Waterman Burns & Associates With over 35 years’ experience in engineering construction and property development, Mike was the Chief Risk Officer for Leighton Holdings/CIMIC Group from 2012 to 2017, during which time he oversaw the successful tendering and delivery of many of Australia’s largest infrastructure projects. TICKETS (incl. GST) EA Members, RES Members and Students: Complimentary Non-members: $30 ENQUIRIES Email: res@engineersaustralia.org.au RES Event Flyer - Changing Delivery Strategies 7 October 2021.pdf
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    Practical Risk Assessment Aspects of Machine Safety Standards by Roger Lim About the webinar AS4024.1303 provides several practical guidance and examples of methods. AS4024.1502 and AS4024.1503 provides risk assessment methods for the assessment of safety related parts of control systems. Key takeaways 1. Various risk assessment methods for the general assessments. 2. Specific risk assessment method for the safety related parts of control systems. About the speaker Roger Lim is a professional engineer with post graduate qualifications in robotics. He has 40 years experience in the OH&S industry, including 15 years as a Senior Engineer at the Victorian WorkCover Authority and its predecessors. He has been a member of several Australian Standards committees and represents Engineers Australia in the committee responsible for the drafting of AS 4024 Safety of Machinery series of standards.
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