March 20, 2017
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Introducing Karsta Karsta is an experienced training and consulting organization in the construction and engineering industry made up of Exner Group and Real Serious Games. Our work covers a diverse range of areas, from development of training strategy and program to delivery of tailored training via interactive platforms; from engagement in design and review of

February 2, 2017
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Why is it Important to Manage Projects Projects are managed to ensure successful outcomes are achieved in a predictable and consistent manner, within the relative constraints. The project manager has the competency and capability to drive the project to its destination and achieve its outcomes. Management use initiative and focus as a skill to meet

August 5, 2016
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Workplace Hazard Management The employers general duty of care to ‘provide a workplace that is safe and without risk to health’ is difficult to achieve. How much is enough to satisfy the requirements of the legislation? If there is an accident in the workplace, does it mean that we do not have a safe workplace

July 28, 2016
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11 Reasons Why Organisations Use Project Management Projects are managed to ensure successful outcomes are achieved in a predictable and consistent manner, within the relative constraints. The project manager has the competency and capability to drive the project to its destination and achieve its outcomes. Management use initiative and focus as a skill to meet

July 7, 2016
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Assessing Risk When a hazard is identified, the aim is to eliminate the hazard completely; however this is not always possible.   There are many tasks, which contain a high element of risk, that are still essential e.g. Underground mining, crane operations, fire fighting. Where it is not practicable to totally eliminate hazardous work practices, the

June 22, 2016
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Project Procurement Project procurement essentially comprises the acquisition of all resources and/or equipment. There are a number of steps and decision points in the procurement process to consider, relating to what is purchased (finished goods or raw materials), how these things are sourced (tendering, quoting) and what form of agreements are required (contract, purchase order