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This book addresses the substantial uncertainty inherent in scheduling shipbuilding projects. While various models have been proposed for risk assessment in shipbuilding, the focus has primarily been on construction processes, company management, and workplace safety in shipyards. This book fills the gap by emphasizing the need for planning and risk assessment models specifically related to component availability in the construction of new ships in Indonesia. It aims to review the methods used in risk assessment and integrate quantitative evaluation methods for procuring component materials and shipbuilding installations.The primary audience of this book includes professionals and researchers in the maritime sector, specifically those involved in shipbuilding projects. Shipyard owners, managers, and operators will find valuable insights into risk assessment and management, allowing them to make informed decisions and mitigate potential risks. Researchers and academics in the field of maritime studies will benefit from the book's exploration of risk assessment models and quantitative evaluation methods. Also, policymakers and government officials involved in shaping the maritime industry will gain a deeper understanding of the importance of risk management in fostering the growth and competitiveness of the shipbuilding sector.

Shipyard Risk Assessment and Management

SKU: 9788119523962
  • Author: Stephan Schwindke

    ISBN: 9788119523962


    Binding: H.B

    1st Edition: 2024

    Pages: 270

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