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Managing Big Hazards

Graham Marshall - Thursday, January 20, 2011
Over the years I've been fortunate to be involved in the roll-out of  hazard and risk management programs in some of the biggest projects going. 

For me personally, the Sakhalin Energy project was the biggest yet.

The project scale and the significance and size of the hazards associated with that project was simply amaziing. 

Starting today and running over a few posts, I'll upload a few photographs that highlight the scale of hazards faced on the Russian Project.

SEIC LNG Plant - A Very Big Construction Project

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