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Rework Webinar Part 2 – detailed Answers to Reducing Rework Accidents and Cost

  • Publish Date: Posted over 3 years ago

​The second part of our webinar featuring the impact of rework on accidents and project cost saw John Morrison and our panel answer the key questions from the audience of more than 80 Quality professionals.

Jon Morrison briefed summarised the key findings from his research while Jon Elliot, Mark Worral and David Myers provided answers to the questions posed after the first session and gave attendees the chance to ask further questions about the impact of rework.


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Some of the questions answered include: 

  • How do we convince senior management that the right first time is worth the effort?

  • How can we get the UK Construction Industry to follow what the Australian Construction Industry has done by compiling meaningful data?

  • How does Progressive Assurance actually make sure that installations are carried out without error from the start?

  • How can we ensure that such an approach is embraced by all in the supply chain and is not just a great initiative for the Tier1 contractors?

The first part of the webinar about rework on the 14th of October was incredibly popular with more than 220 attendees.  

As a result of the webinar, Shirley Parsons and LC International have launched a data recording initiative for the UK construction industry to track the impact of rework on UK construction projects. Please contact for details 

Links to Research:

Jon Elliot: Senior Associate, Shirley Parsons Project Services

Jon has a degree in Civil and Structural Engineering and for the past 25 years, he has specialised in Quality Management on major infrastructure projects for both clients and contractors.

Mark Worrall: Managing Director, LC International

Mark Worrall is a seasoned Lean deployment specialist with experience across a variety of construction environments.