Project Site(s) – When appropriate, the project Manager should use a map or drawing to identify the site(s) or location(s) associated with the reject, with the intention of providing the geographical context in which the project takes place. Project Organization – During the session, the Project Manager can review the project organizational chart and the associated roles and responsibilities to accomplish the project objectives. Project Budget and project Number(s) – A portion of the meeting is usually dedicated to go over the specifics of the project number(s).
Team members need to know how they should charge their time and expenses for all project materials and contracting costs in relation with the project. If needed, some discussion on he specific break-out of the cost elements for the project could also take place. Project Reporting/Document Control – Another important project aspect to be talked about during the kick-off meeting is project reporting and project document control and archiving procedures. The project team needs to know and understand the project reporting requirements (I. . , types of status reports, frequency, formats, and audience). If a document coding system has been developed for archiving electronic documents and filing project hard-copy documents, the Project Manager needs to share that information with the project team. Quality – SQ/SQ procedures and forms can also be reviewed at the kick-off meeting. The Project Manager will communicate how quality will be measured in the project and what is required for the project to meet its requirements.
Fifth project requires any sampling, data collection, or testing, then procedures associated with these tasks can be discussed. Environmental Health and Safety (SHE) Special attention should be paid to any particular hazards in connection with the project. Additionally, it is important to share with the project team the geographical location of the emergency places (I. . , hospital, fire department, police, and clinics) closest to the project site(s), as well as all health and safety procedures to be utilized for the project.
Permitting – If permits are required for the project, the Project Manager needs to identify those and the particular instructions for obtaining them. In those projects requiring inspections from outside agencies, specific procedures and standards regarding those inspections may be included as a topic of discussion of the kick-off meeting. Project Scope Management -Project Scope Management includes the processes required to ensure that he project Includes all the work required, and only the work required, to complete the Project successfully .
It is primarily concerned with defining and controlling what Is or is not included in the project. ] Activity Resource Estimating -Activity resource estimating is a process in which the project team carefully compiles a thorough listing of the resources that will be needed in completing a project. Project Time Management -Project time management refers to a component of overall project management in which a timeline is analyzed and developed for the completion of a project or deliverable.
Estimation of Project Cost -A cost estimate is the approximation of the cost of a program, project, or operation. The cost estimate is the product of the cost estimating process. The cost estimate has a single total value and may have identifiable component values. A problem with a cost overrun can be avoided with a credible, reliable, and accurate cost estimate. An estimator is the professional who prepares cost estimates. There are different types of estimators, whose title may be preceded by a modifier, such as building estimator, or electrical estimator, or chief estimator.