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|Other Titles: ||Engineering insurance plan for EPC contractor's project risk|
|Authors: ||劉徽慧;Liu, Hui-Huei|
|Keywords: ||統包商;專案工程保險;業主主控保險;保險規劃;Turnkey Contractor;Project construction insurance;O.C.I.P.;insurance plan|
|Issue Date: ||2013-04-13 10:59:51 (UTC+8)|
Graduate：Hui-Huei Liu Advisor Professor：Tong-Liang Kao
As the scale of the project is becoming huge, the working items became more complicate. The risk of project is getting higher gradually. More and more involved in the project members, the division and interface are getting more complex. The issue of project risk is rising too. As the trend from the owner contract all the project working items by themselves to a turnkey project. In order to effectively deal with these issues, the Owner Controlled Insurance Policy (OCIP) came into the business. Because of the popularity of turnkey project, the turnkey contractor starts to arrange the similar policy for owner.
The research is base on the role of the turnkey contractor and the requirements, specifications of the insurance for the contract. And through the research to review the turnkey contractor how to apply the project risk management method to identify, analyze, assess, and control the risk. Also, the further arrangement of risk transfer via the insurance, as well as to explore the turnkey contractor to control the risk retention.
By case studies, through the theoretical model for analysis and review, confirms the importance of the insurance with the scale of the project upgrade. However, this study found that compared to the foreign insurance environment, there is no sufficient comprehensive liability insurance policy. The local insurer due to various legal restrictions can not provide sufficient insurance coverage for our turnkey contractors. The study suggests that the turnkey contractor shall retained project execution data, and review the insurance policy when the project closed in order to benefit the project insurance arrangement for the future. The academic community may collect the experiences from the industrial circles and expand the study of risk management and insurance application on construction project. Thus the competent authority can pay more attention and encourage the insurers in Taiwan to support the local turnkey contractors to look to the international market.
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