Maritime Risk Management
Risk is a difficult topic to handle. In order to manage it, it must somehow be made concrete. The traditional way for regulation to address risk is to prescribe measures. For some time regulators and industry have been striving to introduce a more flexible approach.
The SAFEDOR project had as its goal the development of the IMOs rules on rule making - the goal based approach. Recently in some classification societies experiences gained inter alia in the offshore field have led to new ideas on regulation based on risk.
16:00 - 18:00 Marine Construction dispute resolution
by Senior Vice President Mr David Price, Chartered Quantity Surveyor, Knowles – A Hill International Company
Description: Evaluation of time and cost consequences of Buyer’ changes including:
• Assessment of Extensions of Time for delivery
• Quantifications of Modifications including evaluation of delay, disruption and acceleration.
18:00 - 18:30 Refreshments
18:30 – 19:15 Risk based design in real life
by Christian Kämmerer, Nordic Marine Helpdesk Supervisor, Lloyd’s Register Marine
Examples of how the ideas from the IMO on risk based are used in practice, and what it really implies to produce and approve a new project which falls under the risk based design, both from the class / flag point of view but also what you as a designer / producer should be aware of.
19:15 – 19:30 closing by Michael Prehn
Is Risk based control of compliance the coming trend?
In collaboration with Danish Society for Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering.
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