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Any company who has an incident on site wants to make sure that it is investigated to the best of their ability.  That effective actions are implemented to prevent a recurrence.  But what happens when a government body is involved and they are also trying to get to the bottom of the incident?  What happens when the people on site are doing their best to be helpful and forthcoming with the investigators?  In a worst case scenario those people who are volunteering information could be putting themselves in a situation where they have no client - lawyer privilege and could…
  Regulatory compliance is an organization's adherence to laws, regulations, guidelines and specifications relevant to its business. Violations of regulatory compliance regulations often result in legal punishment, including federal fines. If you own or work for a company then you may be aware that you and the company have obligations to comply with requirements. Those requirements could be legal requirements, such as the requirement to provide a safe workplace. They could be ISO requirements, such as having a system in place to track records or environmental impacts. It could be client requirements to ensure you have a met your obligations…
Monday, 04 April 2016 03:15

The Cost of Misplaced Correspondence

It is always interesting to speak to people and learn about what has cost them money.   Two recent stories have really hit home about how important it is to track correspondence.  Company A is a multinational oil company that has owns billions in assets and has hundreds of subcontractors working for them.  A couple of years ago they had an oil rig coming up for renewal of contract and the contract highly favoured the oil company as the dayrate for the rig was well below market value.  The contracts manager who was responsible for the rig failed to exercise…
Improve your company’s productivity though the Singapore BIM Collaboration Fund - BIM Fund V2 As part of the CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTIVITY AND CAPABABILITY FUND (CPCF) Singapore BCA has released BIM Fund V2.   The focus of the fund is to enhance project collaboration with BIM as a centerpiece.  As collaboration is a main component of the incentive BCA is looking for companies to become more effective at things like;   Reducing transmittal turnaround time Reducing the time taken for RFI's to be completed Reduction in number of RFI's Use of collaboration platforms that allow multiple contractors to improve efficiency.  
Tuesday, 15 March 2016 14:00

Building Information Model (BIM) Fund

Improve your company’s productivity though BIM project planning and implementation Purpose of the Scheme • Adopting BIM technology—a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a building—for better project coordination and productivity • Improving their design and construction process through reduced project costs • Developing new capabilities within the company or industry • Two schemes available Read More
Sunday, 13 March 2016 12:31

Digital Signatures

How Handwritten Signatures Impact Your Workflows Sign documents at least 4 times per week. 31% sign 8 or more times per week Added to each signature process. 24% add 2–5 days to their processes! Documents printed for the sole purpose of obtaining a signature. 34% print at least ¾ of their documents just to add a signature! Our current client is a construction company in Australia involved in both civil roadworks and buildings. They had a custom sharepoint solution for their company documentation as well as projects. The cost for the custom solution was in excess of $1.4 million SGD.…

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