Presentation on theme: "Design Exceptions and Risk Management (Tab 6). Roles and Responsibilities 2Design Exceptions and Risk Management At the end of this module, participants."— Presentation transcript:
Roles and Responsibilities 2Design Exceptions and Risk Management At the end of this module, participants will be able to: Describe how Design Exceptions and Risk Management relate to Practical Design. TRAINING EXPECTATIONS
Roles and Responsibilities 3Design Exceptions and Risk Management Engineering Risk Management ODOT Mission Professional Engineering Standards To provide a safe, efficient transportation system. Hold paramount safety, health and welfare of public. Develop technical policies, standards, guidance manuals… Approve and seal documents and surveys which are safe for public health, property and welfare in conformity with accepted engineering and land surveying standards.
Roles and Responsibilities 4Design Exceptions and Risk Management Oregon Tort Claims Act Practical Design Emphasis Project Safety is considered within context of System and Corridor Safety. Hold paramount safety, health and welfare of public. Transportation System 8,000 centerline miles 2,670 bridges Serving a population of 3.8M and 20.6B VMT Carrying over 330M tons of highway freight To provide a safe, efficient transportation system. ODOT Engineers are protected from liability in performance of their duties. ODOT Mission Professional Engineering Standards
Roles and Responsibilities 5Design Exceptions and Risk Management Design Exceptions “101” Check in early and often Document decisions – particularly around Purpose and Need Ensure no change in delegated authority (Liability) Ensure you have appropriate level of approval to proceed