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Project Manager : Project Manager Feb March 2012
General Insurance Brokers & Project Management Insurance Specialists AFS Licence No 240525 28 Magill Road, Norwood SA 5067 PO Box 596, Kent Town SA 5071 I Fax: 08 8362 3131 I Ph: 08 8362 7127 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org I www.perrymans.com INSURANCE At Perrymans we understand the insurance needs of today’s Project Manager. With a long term working association with the AIPM, we have been advising on and placing insurance protection for Project Managers for more than 20 years. In fact, we have been placing professional risk insurances for close to 40 years. Our underwriting facilities extend worldwide enabling us to arrange specialist insurance covers to suit the needs of our clients - from the single operator through to those operating on an international scale. designed for the Project Management Industry Perrymans offer expert insurance advisory and placement services for all types of Project Managers operating in local, national or international environments for the following covers: ◆ Professional Indemnity ◆ Public Liability ◆ Information Technology Liability ◆ Management (Directors & Officers) Liability ◆ Statutory Liability ◆ Office Risks and more We know your industry, know what you need and have developed cost saving, broad coverage options tailored to Project Managers. Claims arising from incorrect advice and insurance protection could destroy your business, so don’t risk insuring with anyone else... contact Perrymans now or visit the AIPM website. RON WOODHEAD contributed a great deal of time and energy to the project management profession. He was the first appointed President of the Project Managers Forum (PMF), which later evolved into the AIPM. His career began when he joined the military in 1945 as soon as he turned 18. Ron served with the 13th Australian Army Troop Company, Royal Australian Engineers and British Commonwealth Occupation Force. Encouraged by an Army Officer to enrol in a University Course, Ron studied a Bachelor of Engineering at Sydney University which marked the beginning of a long career in academia. He taught at the University of New South Wales, where he eventually became Professor Ronald Woodhead, Head of Engineering, and was added to the list of Emeriti. During his career he also authored a number of books on project management including Critical Path Methods in Construction Practice (with James M. Antill) and Design of Construction and Process Operations (with Daniel W. Halpin). When he took an early retirement due to poor eyesight, Ron travelled regularly to Peru to work on voluntary projects and mentor members of an engineering faculty there. ••• PEOPLE In memoriam Emeritus Professor, Ron Woodhead 1927–2011 RON WOODHEAD CONTRIBUTED A GREAT DEAL OF HIS TIME AND ENERGY TO THE PROFESSION 36 Project Manager
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