Document Management for Oil and Gas Professionals

Who Should Attend

This workshop is highly practical and informative. It introduces a number of new tools and techniques that could form the basis of the delegates document management strategy. It also provides case histories and access to the experience of one of the leading experts in this field.
The course will  highlight the different types of risks facing the oil and gas sector and provides guidance on disaster  recovery and business continuity planning. Last but not least, delegates will be able to carry out a benefits analysis quantify the cashable cost savings associated with the implementation of a robust data management framework.

·   Understand the issues and challenges faced by data and document managers
·   Recognize the importance of information management.
·   Understand and implement key document management tools
·   Use of data quality control, quality assurance and audit procedures
·   Understand ISO 15489 and ISO 30300 international records standards requirements

Data and Documents in the Oil and Gas Sector
·   People, Processes and Technology
·   The challenges of geological data
·   Physical and electronic information management
·   Benefits of good information management
·   International Standards and definitions
·   Data Quality
·   Information Security and audits
·   Knowledge Management
Document and Records Management
·   Classification schemes and file plans
·   Retention & disposal schedules
·   Vital records and business continuity
·   Electronic records management
·   Storage options
·   ISO 15489 and ISO 30300 international records standards
·   Change management
Developing Corporate File Plans
·   File plan issues and problems
·   Developing your corporate file plan
·   Implementation options
·   Change management activities
The quality assurance of geological data
·   Introduction to data quality
·   Sources of error and integrity analysis
·   Tracking and fixing data quality errors
·   Metadata standards,
·   Case histories and new technologies
·   The 8 point action plan
·   Disaster Prevention and Recovery
·   Problems, pitfalls and other issues
·   Vital records
·   Disaster recovery
·   Business continuity planning
·   Information security
·   Risk assessment
Information Governance
·   Long term trends
·   The information rights agenda
·   Legislative controls
·   Policies and procedures
·   Monitoring and assessment
·   Quality, accountability and compliance
·   Knowledge management 
From Web 2.0 to Enterprise 2.0
·   The need for collaboration
·   21st century tools and techniques
·   Social computing and e-collaboration tools
·   Risks, Issues and rewards
·   The barriers to collaboration
·   The challenges
Developments in Knowledge Management
·   Knowledge audits
·   Communities of Practice
·   Knowledge exchange
·   Peer reviews
·   After action and retrospective reviews
·   Knowledge cafes and knowledge marketplace 
Benefits Analysis
·   Types of savings
·   Calculating the benefits
·   Cashable, non-cashable, tangible and tacit benefits
·   Benefits Analysis
·   Benefit Dependency Diagrams
Creating an Information Management Strategy
·   What is information and why is it important?
·   Why information needs to be managed
·   The Principles of information management
·   The components of an IM Strategy
·   Implementation of practical changes
·   Change management

This course attracts individuals who are involved in support activities in the Exploration and Production, Information Management, Legal, Finance and QHSE, Data and Document Management.

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Duration: 4 Days
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