For your peace of mind, whatever their size, all James Fisher Nuclear projects are run under a consistent and robust project management framework.
This delivers efficient initiation, execution and close-out of projects whilst enabling controlled identification and management of both risk and change aligned with APM BoK 6th edition and BS 6079 standards. This structured approach from James Fisher Nuclear (JFN) also ensures that the project delivery is to the correct quality standards and attention to health, safety and the environment are built into the project delivery from the outset.
The project life cycle is a gated process which stretches from identification of opportunities, to final close-out and is divided into two halves, with the stage prior to contract award being defined as "Plan" and the post contract stage defined as "Delivery".
Risk management aligned with the APM 5 step process is initiated alongside the planning process to understand and quantify all the risks to programme and cost; and actively identifying mitigation strategies for the significant risks. Where appropriate, formal risk workshops are held to identify risks and assess their impact. The response hierarchy of Avoid, Reduce, Transfer and Accept is used to plan the risk mitigation strategy.
All project managers within JFN are either qualified to, or currently training towards, the Association of Project Management Practitioner (APMP) qualification, an IPMA level D qualification. This approach ensures that both JFN and the customer understand clearly the project scope, deliverables and timescale at the outset and JFN has the skills and tools to ensure that the project remains on track to meet customer expectations.
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