“Traditional Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) metrics in relation to the overall Risk Management Plan as defined in PMBOK” Safety and Health are tracked through leading and lagging indicators and US-OSHA has specific quantification requirements that can be used in your risk management planning. Environmental risks can lead to catastrophic costs and exposure through government regulations and fines. SHE risk opportunities are often overlooked by the consultant and liabilities discounted by the contractor. The lecture will investigate how to work these matters in the risk management domains and experience of implementation with a global leader in engineering, consulting and infrastructure projects. Included will be a review of the Monte Carlos analysis that is an advantageous preparation for the PMI-RMP exam.
Bradley C. Banker has a varied career from academia as both a master degreed chemist and 7 years in college administration to recent stints teaching chemistry and physics in his spare time. Bradley was the PM for a hazardous material operation that covered Iraq with 7 ‘seek and find’ mission teams bringing unknowns from the 50’s (British), 70’s (Soviet) and recent materials from Coalition activities; conducting treatment activities with a local and third-country national workforce. In a PMO role, he oversaw Asian SHE operations for AECOM with some landmark projects, such as IKEA China & Thailand, Central-Wan Chai Bypass tunnel in Hong Kong, KVMRT metro-rail in Malaysia, and a STEAG geothermal plant on a volcano in Indonesia. He is currently working the close-out of the King Abdullah Port located 147 km north of Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Bradley is expected to return to semi-retirement by the end of 2017. Hobbies include bicycle riding, travel, reading and economic analysis while teaching whenever possible.
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This event qualifies for 1 Strategy PDU and 1 Technical PDU. If you are a PMI Thailand Chapter member, these PDUs will be registered for you by the Chapter. If you are not a member, you will have to submit these PDUs yourself. For more information on how to submit PDUs, follow this guideline.