The paper examines the airplane engine change process. It starts off by evaluating some of the risks that are likely to occur throughout the entire process taking shape at an airport hangar. The process involving engine removal and installation are stated. Before the engine gets back to the client for use, testing will be done to determine the proficiency of the engine. The aim of this pape is to substantiate a collective understanding of the project management process by concentrating on the skills necessary to create a Gantt chart detailing a small project as described herein.
Experience demonstrates that extended use of airplane engine without proper maintenance may culminate in a serious mechanical breakdown. This may equally create a serious health problem or even life-threatening occurrence if contingency measures are not put in place. This is why regular maintenance and repair comes in handy.
Risk Analysis and Management PlanRisk analysis
Same of the common risks include water-based risks; fuel issues particularly the use of bad fuel; and tools related risks. Ineffective engine performance is not only occasional risk but also catastrophic risk in aircraft. Moreover, the use of bad fuel in an engine is a critical and occasional risk. Risks associated with tools include poor calibration that can lead to ineffective adjustments of wrenches and broken tools or poorly maintained pose risk to persons in a change of change process. On the other hand, water with significant levels of minerals can be risky to the engine and stagnant water can make personnel slip.
To manage these risks, various procedures will be integrated including; identification, assessment, and resolution.
Risk identification; this is the first thing in managing risks associated with an engine change. This is because it offers no assurance that risks will be managed or even eliminated. However, the risks will be recorded, assessed to establish their seriousness and informing persons in charge. In case, bad fuel is a high and severe risk; tools related risk is serious; while water is serious is medium to serious risk.
Risk assessment; this process will entail determining the occurrence and severity of these risks. If the assessment demonstrates that they are severe, there will be cases of possible recurrence hence, requires necessary action to eliminate, if the risks have the extreme remote possibility, there will be no need for preventive action. Equally, for non-severe risks with feasible chances of recurrence may not be comprehensively assessed. The rate of occurrence will be determined qualitatively and quantitatively estimated. Assessment of risks highlights on the safety aspect.
Resolution; this phase presents the appropriate strategy for addressing these risks. In addition, the selected strategy should reduce the effect on the cost as well as schedule. For example, water-based risks can be mitigated through the installation of water conditioning systems. Moreover, there should be proper drainage and wipe water from the floor before beginning the engine change process. When it comes to bad fuel risk, it can …