Research Paper On Risk Management In Construction
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Environmental Risk Management In the Construction Industry and the Role of the Project Manager
This 82 page paper is investigates the role of project manager in the construction industry with a focus on the UK. The paper includes an introduction, aims and objectives and methodology, and presents an in-depth literature review concerning the responsibilities of a project manager and issues related to environmental risk management in construction, including approaches to environmental management systems and waste management. Simulated primary research is presented and the findings are used to make recommendation for practices that would improve environmental risk management in the construction industry. The bibliography cites 62 sources.
Risk Management Questions
This 16 page paper answers a set of questions set by the student concerning risk management. Issues discussed include the types of data that may be recorded by an airline for risk management purposes, the risk management cycle, why risk management is important, the direct and indirect impact on profitability and the types of probability measures that are useful. The bibliography cites 7 sources.
Environmental Risk Management
Environmental risk management is becoming in recent important within a commercial environment. This 14 page paper looks at a number of into related issues that need to be considered when undertaking environmental risk management. The paper starts by considering the concept of environmental risk management and then looks at environmental impact assessments, environmental audits, life cycle assessments and waste management. Each aspect of environmental management is considered separately as well is being seen as interdependent. The bibliography cites 20 sources.
Risk in Project Management
This 4 page paper looks at risk in the context of project management, discussing what is meant by risk, how firms may identify it, who is responsible for its' management and the costs, the negative impact of risk assessment and the final part of the paper considered whether risk can ever be assessed unemotionally. The bibliography cites 4 sources.