What’s sauce for the Goose is sauce for the Gander

‘What’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander’.

By Roger Gibson

Congratulations to the drafting team of the SCL’s  Delay and Disruption Protocol.  They have tackled and ‘put their money where their mouth is’ in a document that addresses the thorny area of delay and disruption. In an article on their dedicated website, the gang of 11 (the drafting team) say they have used three tests as the criteria for judging the outcome of their endeavours and they consider that their Protocol passes these tests with flying colours. 

Does it?

  • Test one: “Is it clear? (Does it indeed bring clarity to the legal grey areas?)”.
  • Test two: “Is it comprehensive? (Does it assist you all the way from the change event to determination of time and money entitlement)”.
  • Test three: “Is it, on the whole, fair?”.  No, mainly for the reasons I give in relation to test two.

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