Simplifying Remediation Management in the Cloud

Presented by

John-Michael Scott, Microsoft

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Whether government is mandating action or industry is self-managing cleanup, remediation projects are complex, multi-location, and sometimes multi-year actions. PPM tools can help simplify these projects so that you can achieve oversight over all phases of the project in order to reduce costs and ensure regulatory compliance. All this is made possible by leveraging the following capabilities: Centralizing remediation activities •Manage full lifecycle of all remediation activities, including inspections, audits, drills, exercises, investigations, compliance checks, and contingency plans •Evaluate and manage HSSE impacts of remediation situations •Maintain oversight over state laws and regulatory requirements for resolution of and completion of cleanup Enabling access for relevant stakeholders •Open up your project to partners and external suppliers to provide updates and submit additional tasks •Review site assessments or characterization reports and approve cleanup and site sampling plans •Forecast costs and durations necessary in the determination of activity completion Collaborating with stakeholders at any time or place •Manage all key documents, change orders, risks, issues, and key meta data in one place •Collaborate with managers, project engineers, and environmental consultants from the office or in the field •Reduce rework by creating an automated business process interacting with all stakeholders Driving insights and enabling more effective exception-driven management •Create efficient reporting for all stakeholders •Summarize report statistics, trends, and performance in comprehensive online dashboards •Leverage data analysis and predictive analytics to project impact, future cost, total performance, and more This webcast is part of the Microsoft Project in manufacturing series.

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