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Launch of SS 652 : 2019 NEW Singapore Standard on Maintainability of Facilities

Date(s):
29th Sept 2020
Time:
2:00PM - 4:00PM -
Venue:

Costs:

Registration Fees: Free

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Description:

Introduction


Facilities management (FM) is gaining attention and significance in recent years. With the incorporation of more complex systems and features into our living environment, new challenges will also be encountered by technical professionals to design, construct and maintain a facility that meets its functionality and desired performance.
This seminar will discuss the current trends and good practices in the maintenance of facilities and will be introducing Singapore’s first standard on the Maintainability of facilities (SS 652) with the intention of providing guidance to the built environment professionals on the good practices to design, construct, manage and maintain facilities.
The standard is relevant to practitioners over the entire value chain in a developmental project, including architects, engineers, contractors and FM professionals.
This seminar hopes to encourage the design and construction professionals to adopt this standard, and to incorporate the recommended good practices which will facilitate the subsequent management and operation of the facility.


Who Should Attend?


• Architects and designers
• Contractors
• Professional engineers
• Qualified persons (QPs)
• Registered inspectors (RIs)
• FM professionals
• Workplace safety and health officers
• Suppliers and manufacturers

 


What You Will Learn


• Overview of the new Singapore Standard on Maintainability of facilities
• Good practices and areas of concern for consideration in the maintenance of facilities
• Trends in the design for maintainability

 

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Programme:

1.40pm - Attendees to login via webinar


2.00pm - Welcome Address and Overview of Singapore Standard on Maintainability of Facilities
Dr Lim Lan Yuan
Chairman, Technical Committee on Building Maintenance and Management
Convenor, Working Group on SS 652

President, Association of Property and Facility Managers


2.20pm - Design for Maintainability
Mr Deva Lutchia
Member, Working Group on SS 652
Senior Manager, Facility Management Project Office, Building and Construction Authority


2.40pm - Building Longevity – Design for Maintainability
Ar. Tan Szue Hann
Chairman of Sustainability, Singapore Institute of Architects


3.00pm - Maintenance Journey
Mr Gilbert Tan
Member, Working Group on SS 652
Assistant General Manager, EM Real Estate Pte Ltd


3.20pm - M&E of Buildings and Facilities – Requirements on Maintenance Issues
Er. Lim Kwee Guan
Member, Working Group on SS 652
Member, IES M&E Joint Accreditation Committee


3.40pm - Panel Discussion
Moderator: Dr Lim Lan Yuan
Chairman, Technical Committee on Building Maintenance and Management


4.00pm - End

 


Registration is on a first-come, first-serve basis and will be confirmed via email. IES – SDO reserves the right to postpone or cancel the webinar due to unforeseen circumstances.

For more information, please contact:

Name: Spencer Soh
Email: spencer.soh@iesnet.org.sg

Name: Fenda Ngo
Email: fenda.ngo@iesnet.org.sg

 

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