Compliance, standards and regulations 8hours
Compliance, standards and regulations (Perspective 3) also contain relevant perspectives and drivers. They comprise the relevant laws, regulations, standards and tools that reflect priorities, best practices and demands of the organisation, industry, society and professional regulatory bodies.
The Compliance, standards and regulations (Perspective 3) competence element enable the individual to influence and manage the alignment of the relevant standards and regulations within the permanent organisation; the relevant sources of legislation and the standards and norms of both the organisation and the wider society, and to improve the organisation’s approach to these areas.
- Identify, and ensure that the programme and each component within it) complies with all relevant legislation
- Identify, and ensure that the programme (and each component) complies with all relevant health, safety, security and environmental regulations (HSSE)
- Identify, and ensure that the programme (and each component within it) complies with all relevant codes of conduct and professional regulations
- Identify, and ensure that the programme complies with relevant sustainability principles and objectives
- Assess, use and develop professional standards and tools for the programme
- Assess, benchmark and improve the organisational programme management competence
- Make an inventory of the issues involving legal aspects.
- Acquire knowledge on the legal aspects.
- Make an inventory of the currently applicable legislation.
- Identify the risks associated in the above.
- Seek information from the relevant legal experts.
- Deal with the regulatory authorities as stakeholders.
- Bring the project/programme procurement strategy into line with the regulations.
Lesson 2 : Identify, and ensure that the project complies with all relevant health, safety, security and environmental regulations (HSSE)
- Identify the current health, security, safety, and environmental legislation.
- Develop a health, security, safety, and environment policy for your project.
- Identify the risks resulting from this.
- Ensure you have a secured, safe and healthy work conditions.
- Ensure you have a sustainable project.
Lesson 3 : Identify, and ensure that the project complies with all relevant codes of conduct and professional regulation
- Identify the relevant professional codes of conduct.
- Understand the underlying ethical principles.
- Bring procurement practice into line with the business code of conduct.
- Ensure that team members adhere to the codes.
Lesson 4 : Identify, and ensure that the project complies with relevant sustainability principles and objectives
- Make use of applicable professional standards.
- Manage the risks arising from the use of the standard.
- Manage the best practices applicable to the project/programme.
- Customize the standards to the project/programme.
- Identify organizational development needs.
- Design relevant benchmarks.
- Compare existing practices to best practices.
- Develop and implement improvements.
- Propagate the knowledge gained in the organization.
Chinwi Mgbere is the President of Project Managers Development Association of Nigeria (PMDAN), Member Association of the International Project Management Association (IPMA), Certified Projects Director (IPMA Level A), National First Assessor of the IPMA 4 Level Certification System for the PMDAN Certification Body. He has taught various disciplines at Nazarbayev University School of Engineering
Chinwi Mgbere has more than 24 years of experience including extensive international experience in managing projects, portfolios of projects and programs.
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