Dynamic work strategies incorporate the ability to adapt to site conditions as better information becomes available while work is underway.
Dynamic work strategies refer to strategies that incorporate the ability to adapt to site conditions as better information becomes available. Within the Triad, dynamic work strategies can play an important role in a variety of ways. Dynamic work strategies can be applied to data collection activities. The results are adaptive sampling and analysis programs. Adaptive sampling and analysis programs allow sampling locations, sample analytics, and sample numbers to change in response to data as they are generated. Dynamic work strategies can be used to tailor Triad quality assurance and quality control programs. The results are effective, focused quality control techniques that allow for timely review and assessment of data quality indicators and adjustment of QA/QC provisions as data are produced. Dynamic work strategies can also be applied to the design and implementation of remedial activities. The results are remedial activities that can be adapted to field conditions encountered during the course of remediation. Whatever the point of application, dynamic work strategies presume the availability of real-time measurement systems capable of producing data quickly enough to affect the progress of activities. Dynamic work strategy details important from a project manager's perspective are described in the section entitled Dynamic Work Strategies.