Click here for an inspiring story turning tragedy into innovation and excellence in the field of safety and competency tracking.
Interested in how the new 2017 Budget will affect our efforts to improve productivity and safety?
Check out this blog post: Click Here from our local GO Productivity blogger Ken Chapman.
How do you go about managing a Supply Chain which is enormous and complicated that is not controlled by a single owner? The answer lies in the concept of “strategic asset” and how it is managed.
C-Suite Energy Executive Awards organized by Alberta Oil Magazine, recognizes Canadian energy industry - senior executives, who exemplifies exceptional leadership both inside and outside his/her business. This year, Supply Chain Management Association Alberta was proud to sponsor the Supply Chain Executive of the Year Award.
Interested in learning about Benchmarking? Check out the great information and database of projects available to you.
COAA’s Safety Committee is asking for your assistance in helping to assess and analyze the safety culture across the industry. COAA is seeking your expertise to better understand where to focus efforts to improve overall safety performance. COAA’s vision for the industry is to be “Twice as Safe, Twice as Productive by 2020”. A key element in this journey is to understand Alberta’s safety culture and the level of safety maturity across the industry. We invite you to participate in the annual COAA Safety Maturity Survey.
At first glance, there may seem to be little similarity between a $600-million arena complex and a small swimming pool in northeastern Alberta, but both projects—like all of the 2016 Top Projects winners—share the same spirit of ambition and ingenuity. Ranging from the downtown cores of Alberta’s largest cities to the province’s remotest regions, this year’s winning projects offer a master class in cutting-edge construction.
The COAA "Winter Works" best practice provides guidelines to follow when developing a winter (cold weather) preparedness construction program specific to the company or site requirements.
Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) is a disciplined approach to improving project productivity and predictability. It accomplishes this by aligning planning and execution activities throughout the project life cycle, from project set-up to start-up and turnover.
A guideline to assist all module stakeholders in developing their own project-specific module assembly plan. This tool outlines a number of key principles that should be adopted for all module assembly projects.
This paper describes the findings of an ongoing research project at the UofC that outlines the most critical aspects that can improve productivity in the delivery of oil and gas construction projects in Alberta.
Oilweek's definitive list of the top 100 Canadian oil and gas producers in 2016.
The main goal of this report is to study the potential for lump sum contracting and to answer the question whether lump sum contracting increase the efficiency and cost and schedule predictability of on major projects in the Western Canadian oil and gas sector.
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