High Risk Work Compliance - Engineering our Cities V

Start time: 5.30pm AEDT. The final chapter in the Risk Engineering Society Construction Risk series for 2020, this webinar will explore the question 'What are the risks that engineers building smart liveable cities need to consider, in an era of rapid population growth, in planning for the construction stage of projects?'
Engineering our Cities

The final chapter in the Risk Engineering Society Construction Risk series for 2020, this webinar will explore the question 'What are the risks that engineers building smart liveable cities need to consider, in an era of rapid population growth, in planning for the construction stage of projects?'

Experienced presenters from SME construction/civil operations and from construction risk insurance loss investigation backgrounds will present and analyse some loss case studies and share the "Lessons Learned” with us.

Learning from losses is a tried and true process that has served engineers well for nearly two centuries in reducing losses in all industries. The difficult step in the building, construction and civil sector is to learn these lessons before they happen to each of us. All too often after a costly loss event we hear that "this has happened before” from those around us. The insurance industry has used "lessons learned" practices to both set industry standards and set premiums.

Construction Engineers are the most important asset for the delivery of the project, and it is essential that risks can be identified and reduced at the planning stage of construction with the input of all personnel.  Utilising the expertise and skills of site managers and operators can optimise the success of delivering the project with reduced risk.

"It is most effective if we learn from our own experiences, but it is much more cost effective and career enhancing to learn from the experiences of others."

This is an opportunity to learn painlessly from the experiences of others.

 

Speakers

Saviour Grech

Saviour Grech AffilIEAust: Senior Construction Manager, Diesel Constructions Pty Ltd

Saviour is an accomplished Construction Manager with more than 35 years of experience in the Civil and Commercial sectors. Currently working as a Senior Construction Manager for Diesel Constructions, he has also worked for Leighton Contracting, BRC Piling, IBD Pty Ltd and CC Constructions and in his experience includes  delivering major capital projects across four continents.

 

Mirella Derrin

Mirella Derrin MIEAust CPEng NER APEC Engineer IntPE(Aus): Director, Risk Control Consulting

Mirela M. Derrin is a company director of a Risk Consulting Company and a Partner of the Insurance Broking practice. She is also a Chair of the Victorian branch of the Australian Society for Defence Engineering, a board member of Mechanical College Engineers Australia and a Committee member of the Risk Society EA Victoria.

Mirela gained her Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering and Master’s Degree in Engineering at the University of Wollongong followed by postgraduate studies in Risk Management, Cyber Security and Business.

Mirela commenced her career with TEXTRON designing, testing and commissioning high speed transmission units with specialised applications in the Defence industry. Her later roles include R&D positions for the Automotive Industry, Radioactive Material Transport Packaging with ANSTO and Investigative functions within DSTG. After working as a Loss Prevention Consultant and Risk Manager for several large global corporates Mirela is now running her own Risk Management Consultancy and Insurance Broking Company.

Date:
10 / 11 / 2020 - 05:30 pm to 07:00 pm
Registration Closes
10 / 11 / 2020 05:00 pm
Webinar available
Cost
Webinar
  • Member Rate: $0.00 ($0.00 excl. GST)
  • Technical Society Member Rate: $0.00 ($0.00 excl. GST)
  • Student: $0.00 ($0.00 excl. GST)
  • Non-Member Rate: $30.00 ($27.27 excl. GST)
Key Speaker(s)
Saviour Grech, Mirella Derrin
Host(s)
Engineers Australia
Event Contact
  • Contact:
    Engineers Australia Member Services
  • Phone:
    1300 653 113
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Maximum CPD Hours
1.5