Principles of Document Control Management

BG&E Resources (BGER) is pleased to partner with Oracle once again to host the second instalment of our Document Control event series.

Tailored for document control and information management professionals, we saw more than 40 attendees gather – representing organisations across the Construction, Engineering, Manufacturing, Mining, and Resources sectors, to name a few.

After an introductory networking session over morning tea, Sixian Yip, Lead Document Controller at BGER, opened the event and introduced our facilitators, Christine Clement (Lynas Rare Earths) and Rob Musca (Oracle), who led engaging discussions among the panel members and attendees.

The panel featured industry professionals including Steve Ash from BGER, Grace Mason from Clough, Orlando Tonholi from Albemarle Corporation, and Rod McMullan from Oracle.

Together, the panellists explored the fundamental principles of document management, diving into topics such as the importance of document control, proactive advisory roles for project teams, and the lifecycle management of information. The session facilitated open discussions with attendees, fostering the exchange of valuable industry insights.

Document control is an essential part of managing information, and BGER is proud to contribute to collaborative discussions in this important field.

Meet the Panellists

Steve Ash — Technical Director, Engineering, BG&E Resources

Steve has over 25 years of experience as an Engineering Manager and Structural Engineer for commercial, transport, mining, and industrial projects. Steve has successfully delivered projects worldwide including high-rise buildings and bridges in Perth, Port facilities in the Pilbara, gold plants in West Africa, and copper projects in Panama. Steve is a pragmatic engineer who believes in applying technical, innovative excellence to ensure that efficient, sound solutions are provided for all projects, through all stages of the project lifecycle. He has a strong understanding of document control principles and ensures that processes and procedures utilise developing technology to reflect changing market conditions.

Grace Mason — Engineering Information Manager, Clough

With a strong background in system implementation, information management and document control, Grace has been appointed to the role of Engineering and Information Manager at Clough. She has in recent years, shifted focus to integrated management of information and developing robust, practical and user-friendly solutions for internal customers. Grace has previously worked in leading roles for AGC, Woodside and Inpex, to name a few.

Orlando Tonholi — Information and Systems Analyst, Albemarle Corporation

Orlando is an Information Management professional with significant expertise in systems implementation, including Aconex. Prior to transitioning to system analyst roles, he held hands-on experience in document control and project reporting across various industries in both Brazil and Australia.

Rod McMullan — Industry Consultant APAC, Oracle

Rod is a leading document control professional who transitioned to implementing document control-type systems for clients with global projects across the world. He has worked directly with Aconex through a consulting role and now through Oracle, works with a range of document control teams across the APAC region to implement systems to help structure business processes.

Meet the Facilitators

Christine Clement — Lead Document Controller, Lynas Rare Earths

Christine is an information management professional who brings to the table more than 25 years of experience that encompasses technical writing, (creation) document and content management (control) and publication (consumption) of information. She has previously been involved evaluation and recommendation of fit-for-purpose product selection and the subsequent implementation of various systems structured to diverse business needs. In her role as Lead Document Controller at Lynas Rare Earths, she is currently focused on an expansion project and implementing a new management system.

Rob Musca — Account Executive, Oracle Construction & Engineering

Rob is an experienced Account Executive who has worked in the Information Technology industry for over 20 years. Rob’s focus is around assisting Project Owners and Delivery Teams implement the right solutions to help minimise risk across projects of any size. Rob believes that Information Management is a critical piece of this puzzle and should be front and centre of all risk management discussions across any project.

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