|Name||Mr Tomasz Glowacki|
Lead Auditor - Management Systems - ISO 9001, 14001, 45001, 27001 and 31000
Auditor - Management Systems - ISO 9001, 14001, 45001, 27001 and 31000
Lead Auditor - Risk Management - ISO 31000:2018
ISO 26000 Corporate Social Responsibility Practitioner
Memberships: Project Management Institute, Maritime Law Association of Australia and New Zealand, Former Professional Member of IPENZ, Former v-ce president of Naval architectural association of NZ, Former committee member of Change Management Institute of WA. Co-founder and former president of Polish – New Zealand Business Association (POLANZ)
Qualifications: Bachelor of mechanical engineering, yacht designer, Ocean Going Yacht-Master, Project Manager Professional (PMP), Six Sigma Black Belt, Lean Six Sigma & DFSS, Financial management & project investment analysis course – Curtain University (Australia), Strategic Management – Open2Study, Report Writing for Professionals – University of Canterbury, Negotiation Course – The Coverdale Organisation (NZ) Ltd, Total Quality Management – John McConnell, Information Mapping – Tactics Training Technology, Contract and Change Management– Dr Ken Fisher, Unacceptable Employee Behaviour – Skill Path, Leadership courses: Landmark Education, Klemmer & Associates, Contract Management course – FIDIC, Project Management Course – Cheetah Learning, Project Portfolio Management – Dr Ginger Levin.
Tomek is a highly accomplished senior executive with forty years of experience in different roles and various industries and many successful projects to his account. He promotes effective culture, successful strategies, clear business processes, project management methodology and drives for innovation and continuous improvement, saving millions of dollars at the same time. Well-seasoned on the strategic and operational level Internationally. Blogger, speaker, author of the book: “Successful, win-win strategies for a superyacht project – what makes or breaks the construction of a superyacht”. – Comment from the Amazon: “The exceptional book not only for boat builders.”
Experience: Mechanical and naval architectural design, project engineering, project management, program/portfolio management, continuous Improvement, General Management, Start-ups, enterprise reengineering, consulting, Internal quality auditing, Hazard and Operability (HAZOP), Equipment Effectiveness, change management, youth coaching at “Step-Up”, business strategies
Industries: Fabrication, shipbuilding, superyacht construction, aluminium smelting, silicon smelting, civil engineering, NZ Government, tertiary education, data centres design and construction.
|Industry Standards and codes||
Standards: ISO 9001, 14001, 45001, 27001, 18001, 4801, 31000 and 19011 guidelines.
An American National Standard – ANSI/PMI 99-001-2013, NZS 3910 – condition of contract, NZS 4218 – Thermal Insulation.
Industry codes: NZ Building Code 1992, NZ Electricity Industry Participation Code 2010, Distributed Unmetered Load Statistical Sampling Audit Guide, American Bureau of Shipping - Rules for Building and Classing Steel Vessels Under 90 meters in Length, Det Norske Veritas – Yachts classification, Maritime and Coastguard Agency – The Passenger Yacht Code, Overall Equipment Effectiveness, SOLAC, MARPOL