Architectural, Engineering, & Construction (Virtual) Forum - 221011
"How to Prevent Risky Business in Supply Chain Facilities" by Stephen (Steve) T. Hopper, PE, Founder & Principal at Inviscid Consulting
The PMI Atlanta AEC Forum is a focus group that hosts regular events with ranging topics in the architectural, engineering, and construction fields. We will show the importance of solid project management in these related fields of study.
Managing risks “inside the four walls” can dramatically reduce or eliminate the likelihood that production‐stopping incidents will occur. And doing so can minimize the impact of these risks if they do occur. This educational session will outline a simplified Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) approach to identifying, prioritizing, remediating, and mitigating common risks inside supply chain facilities, such as warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing plants. Specific examples from facilities where this approach has been followed will be discussed.
Steve Hopper is Founder and Principal with Inviscid Consulting. Over more than three decades, Steve has helped his clients plan and streamline their warehousing, logistics, manufacturing, and distribution operations. He does so by driving down operating costs, boosting capacity, improving service levels, mitigating risk, implementing effective supply chain solutions, emphasizing safety, and enhancing the performance of their supply chain resources. Namely, people, processes, inventory, facilities, equipment, material handling systems, transportation assets, and supply chain information technology (IT). Steve has worked with hundreds of clients ranging from small businesses to Fortune 100 corporations.
Steve earned a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering (BIE) degree from The Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) and is a board-certified, licensed, registered Professional Engineer (PE). He has served as an expert witness on dozens of cases involving supply chain operations in the US, Canada, and Australia and has advised private equity and venture capital investors. He also serves as a member of the Canvass Committee with the Material Handling Institute (MHI), which establishes industry standards for the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). Steve occasionally authors articles for supply chain industry publications and speaks at industry events.
Tuesday, October 11, 2022, 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM.
You will receive an email from the PMI Atlanta Chapter with the webinar link 24 hours before the event start time.
PMI Atlanta Member: $8.00
Due to coronavirus concerns, we will be hosting this event through webinar. Because of this change, member rate is now $8 and non-member rate is $10.
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Talent Triangle Category: Ways of Working
|Event Date||10-11-2022 6:00 pm|