EVERY STEP OF THE WAY.

WE HAVE YOU COVERED. 

Cetlla provides a range of consulting and engineering services as early as the project initiation phase all throughout the project closure phase. 
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CLOSURE

PHASE

HOW 

How to Choose Which Risks to Manage in a Project?

Consider the likelihood of a risk and its potential effect on your project. If the potential effect of a risk is great and if the chances it will occur are high, you probably want to develop plans to manage that risk. Unfortunately, heavy lift accidents are still occurring frequently. From 2011 to 2017, the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) reported 297 total crane-related deaths, an average of 42 per year over this 7-year period.

Cetlla’s approach is focused on Risk Management in the field of Heavy Lift Heavy Haul (HL/HH) and concentrates on the following areas:

SAFETY, HEALTH, 

ENVIRONMENT & QUALITY

 

SCHEDULING

 

BUDGET

WHY

Why is Risk Management in the field of Heavy Lift Heavy Haul significant?

EARLY DECISION, MAJOR IMPACT

Transportability and associated variables impact project strategy, selection of fabricators, budget and schedule.

LARGE CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT

Such as heavy lift cranes and specialized trailers, may result in severe accidents  or substantial change orders, if not properly managed.

CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARE SUBSTANTIAL

Imagine crucial process equipment requiring repair or arriving late to site? Not only will it impact project expenses, but also loss of income.

MULTIPLE CONTRACTORS ARE INVOLVED

A scheduling delay affects other contractors, such as the General Contractor, Civil Contractor, Electrical.

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT MAY BE SIGNIFICANT

Due to the significant size of heavy lift cranes, specialized trailers, and loads, any accident may have significant environmental impact. 

IT CAN

BE

MANAGEMENT

Understanding and managing the risk associated with heavy lift and heavy haul is frequently undervalued. Many variables and different entities play a crucial role in realizing a successful heavy lift or heavy haul activity. Managing risk requires understanding what to look for and what measurements can be taken to minimize or eliminate the risk.