The Thinking Manager
Safety is not a panacea, informed-decision making is.
Covid-19 has changed how we live, work and learn. Alongside the challenges, it has also brought opportunities. We look at how the shift from in-person to virtual learning in the wind power sector has encouraged collaboration, stimulated creativity and led to tangible on-site improvements. There is no doubt that the Covid crisis has accelerated existing […]
All business decisions create risks and opportunities. And the choices made at the contracting stage are no different. But in scoping, planning and delivering wind power projects, many developers fail to factor in how their contracting models affect business and safety risk across the asset lifecycle. For most developers and asset owners, contracting structures are […]
As a manager in the wind power sector, it goes without saying that you want a safer, more productive and more cost-effective approach to asset management. But how can you harness safety and risk-based principles to achieve this? Operations and maintenance (O&M) activities typically represent around 25 to 30% of the total lifecycle costs for […]
At ARMSA Academy we know that safety is an emergent property of a business – its culture, leadership and decisions. But what does this mean in practice for an organisation and its decision-makers in terms of minimising risk and maximising opportunities? How many times have you heard the phrase ‘safety is our number one priority’? […]