Reducing the Risk of Catastrophic Safety Events in Capital Projects
11/16/2020
Webinar
Safety
published by
Archie Alexander
Director of Construction

This webinar is ideal for professionals involved in the planning and/or execution of industrial capital projects: safety professionals, project managers, project engineers, construction management, construction engineers, and operations managers.

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During this webinar, Ariel Schrader and Archie Alexander review how to mitigate risks that have potentially catastrophic consequences in the construction phase of small-medium capital projects.

Learning objectives include:

• Establishing a system for identifying and communicating risks
• Closing the loop on risks at different stages of a project
• Avoiding the need to rely on judgment calls based on a work crews’ variability in experience

Follow the following link to view the on-demand webinar.

https://youtu.be/zxVDJQjZG_4

About the Author
Archie has 18+ years of industrial EPC experience in the Refining, Petrochemical and LNG industries. He has worked on projects across four continents, through widely varying conditions with multiple nationalities and languages. His responsibilities ranged from Field Engineering on maintenance projects to the Construction Management of new power and utility units comprising 5,000,000 man-hours and 1,000 craft personnel. His experience includes the review and development of SOW and contract documents, constructability input through FEED and detail design, construction estimate and schedule development, and Level 4 construction execution planning. Previous experience includes 15+ years at CB&I.
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