Identify all the information you need to develop the project scope document and prepare a list of
questions for the additional information you need to discuss with the Operations Manager at a
meeting to confirm and clarify project parameters, including your own responsibilities. Write
down your questions as notes to use at the meeting.
You should also review the Project Management Policies and Procedures as well as the Project
Management Plan Template.
You will need to confirm the responsibilities and reporting requirements with the Operations
Manager at the meeting, too, so make notes on these to bring to the meeting.
You will be modifying the plan following a meeting with the Project Team, so save this version of
the document as Draft Project Scope.
Develop a project management plan
Based on the project scoping document that you have developed and any feedback from the
Operations Manager, develop a project management plan.
Your Project Management Plan should include, as a minimum, the following:
Background: Provide a brief explanation of the background of the project
Objectives: Benefits that the project intends to achieve
Activities and Milestones: major activities, scheduled start, scheduled finish and
Risk Management Plan: include at least one WHS risk.
Use the Project Management Plan Template to guide your work.
Your project management plan should identify at least three risks associated with the project,
one of which should be related to work health and safety.
You will be required to use the risk legend to assist in the classification of risks.
Write an email in a word document to the Operations Manager (your trainer).
The text of the email should be written in an appropriate (polite, business-like) style.
It should introduce and summarise the contents of the attachment and seek their feedback.
The email text should ask for details of a meeting with the Project Team to discuss the Project
Include your Draft Project Scope and Draft Project Management Plan.
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