Excursion Risk Management Plan Proforma

Name of project: Chunnel Tunnel Name of client: French and British Government Description and location of project: Construction of underground tunnel joining England and France. Project duration: 1987-1994 Activity Hazard Identification Risk Type/Cause Assessment
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Phase: Development Phase Name of contractor: CTG/FM

Elimination or Control Measures

Who

When

Changing design cost overruns To many contract claims Differences in governments

Undefined scope Inadequate supply of cash Wrong type of contract and undefined scope Lack of communication

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Scope must be defined to the maximum possible detail. Financial feasibility Deciding most appropriate type of contract and defining the rights of control for each stakeholder involved. Frequency of reports can be increased; a spirit of teamwork can be inculcated.

Venue and safety information reviewed and attached: Yes / No Plan prepared by: Position: Date: Prepared in consultation with: Communicated to: Monitor and Review - Monitor the effectiveness of controls and change if necessary. Review the risk assessment if an incident or a significant change occurs.

Excursion Risk Management Plan Proforma .

Monitor the effectiveness of controls and change if necessary. Review the risk assessment if an incident or a significant change occurs. Cost analysis to be done and most appropriate kind of contract must be procured. 2 2 1 Venue and safety information reviewed and attached: Yes / No Plan prepared by: Position: Date: Prepared in consultation with: Communicated to: Monitor and Review . 1 Deciding most appropriate type of contract and defining the rights of control for each stakeholder involved. too many contract claims Fixed price contracting method leading to increased completion between contractors. Overlapping of activities must be avoided for projects which are first of its kind. Suitable contract type to be selected. Project duration: 1987-1994 Activity Hazard Identification Risk Type/Cause Assessment Use matrix Phase: Implementation Phase Name of contractor: CTG/FM Elimination or Control Measures Who When Conflict of interest in the procurement stage Changing scope of project Cost escalation Margin for increased costs Many direct or indirect contractors who were investors Overlapping of design and construction activities due to fast track design process Changing scope leading to. .Excursion Risk Management Plan Proforma Name of project: Chunnel Tunnel Name of client: French and British Government Description and location of project: Construction of underground tunnel joining England and France. Scope must be defined properly before the implementation of the project.

Causes of cost overruns can be studied In detail and then come to conclusions regarding the blamed party. the company focused at minimizing the claim amounts IGC being given the power to dictate quality control measures which kept on changing the scope of the project. Project duration: 1987-1994 Activity Hazard Identification Risk Type/Cause Assessment Use matrix Phase: Closeout Phase Name of contractor: CTG/FM Elimination or Control Measures Who When Changed scope of project Blames on each other Quality control and late decisions Decreased ROI Requirement of air conditioning Cost overruns . Late completion and delivery of the project 1 2 Defining the scope of the project during the implementation phase. However the agency did not proved for the extra funds required for the increased scope of the project.Name of project: Chunnel Tunnel Name of client: French and British Government Description and location of project: Construction of underground tunnel joining England and France. 2 The agency should either provide for the funds or the agency itself must be eliminated 1 Proper project control and monitoring system .

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