NSWPF – Body-Worn Video
The NSW Government have announced dedicated funding towards the roll-out of BWV (Body-Worn Video) and amended legislation to allow police, in the lawful execution of their duties, to record in public places and private dwellings. NSW Police Force have initiated the NSWPF Body-Worn Video Project to meet this objective. TBH were engaged to assist in the development and quality uplift of established “work stream” schedules and the integration of the schedules into an Integrated Master Schedule. TBH are managing the schedules within a Microsoft Project Server Environment.
The NSWPF Body Worn Video Project required an extensive scheduling specialist service to further develop and uplift the quality of three established “work stream” schedules. The schedules required a design that could be readily integrated into a developed IMS (Integrated Master Schedule), which was also built by TBH.
The NSWPF Body Worn Video Project underwent extensive workshopping to identify a moderate level of interdependencies. These interdependencies were then managed between the individual schedules through their integration into the IMS.
TBH’s Master Planning and Scheduling service created a strong foundation for the efficient delivery of the Body Worn Video project through establishing an IMS Baseline. To ensure the efficiency of the IMS Baseline TBH performed quality assurance exercises to review and validate major project milestones in consensus with key stakeholders. The exercises also reinforce that the schedules meet the appropriate level of scheduling quality standards.
Following the delivery of the IMS Baseline, the Body Worn Video project will progress into an operational phase of the engagement. TBH will hand over the IMS to the nominated Phase 2 scheduler, ready for schedule status updates, maintenance and reporting.
To find out more about TBH’s Planning & Scheduling experience, please visit the Planning & Scheduling page.
|Client||Police Force New South Wales|
|Services||Master Planning and Scheduling Services|