Tag: Early warnings

Does NEC3 have too much process and procedure ?

TAGS: Accepted Programme, Compensation Events, Early Warnings, NEC, NEC3, NEC4

NEC contains a lot of processes from early warning through programme updates to compensation events. In this video, the panel discusses whether these process add unnecessary cost and bog a project down in unnecessary administration?

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What would improve NEC3 in practice?

TAGS: Accepted Programme, Early Warnings, NEC, NEC3

NEC3 was published in 2005 and while there have been some amendments by updates the industry has moved on a lot in that period. In this video, the panel discuss the key areas that could be and improved for NEC4?

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Part 9 : Stimulus to Good project Management

TAGS: Accepted Programme, Compensation Events, Early Warnings, NEC, NEC3, Payment, Project Management

This video gives an overview of the Stimulus to Good Management objective and why it matters.

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Part 14 : Early warnings and the risk reduction process

TAGS: Early Warnings, NEC, NEC3, Project Management, Risk Management

This video gives a quick overview of the early warnings and the risk reduction process under NEC

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Part 16 : Review of Stimulus to Good Project

TAGS: Accepted Programme, Compensation Events, Early Warnings, NEC, NEC3, Project Management

This video briefly reviews how the NEC aims to stimulate good project management

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NEC : Should early warnings be contractual obligations?

TAGS: Early warnings, NEC, NEC3, NEC4

Early warnings are a very practical tool to help a project run smoothly and generate opportunity to identify problems and avoid or mitigate their impact. Does that process work better when it has contractual teeth or should it be a tool to enable collaboration without risk of loss if it is not operated properly. Jon, Ian, Ewen and Rob discuss whilst giving some practical tips on how to use them.

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NEC: Who controls a risk reduction meeting?

TAGS: Early Warnings, NEC, NEC3, NEC4

Part of the early warning process under NEC is the risk reduction meeting. Primarily it is a means to discuss and track the risks which have been identified and notified under the contract. Who is best placed to manage the meeting and the resultant risk register? What happens if someone refuses to attend and how can that be managed ?

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