As per regulation set by JAC of maximum of 8 hours of study(excluding Meal times) per day hence this 10-hour course awarded with 2 STU(Safety) & 6 STU(Structural) course is conducted over 2 days.
Due to Space limitation at website which can show 1 timing, please note that this is a 2-day programme:
Date: 5 & 6 October 2023, Thursday & Friday
Time: 5 October 2023 via zoom(Virtual) from 3.00pm to 6.15pm
6 October 2023 at Orchard Hotel Singapore(Physical) 9.00am to 5.45pm with Buffet Lunch at Cafe
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Prior to attending this course, you should:
- Have a PC / laptop / tablet / smart phone with built-in or external webcam.
- Installed the Zoom client.
- Have Wi-Fi / high speed internet connection available.
- Receive an email with a link for you to submit a registration for webinar 1 week prior to the commencement.
- Receive an email with a link and password for you to join the webinar session after your registration is successful.
Part 1: Structural Concrete Works in Building and Civil Engineering Projects (Duration: 6 hours)
Objective: Concrete is one of the most widely used construction materials. Concrete structures are generally expected to provide adequate performance for the entirety of their service life with little maintenance. Starting from concrete design, advantages of concrete structures can be realised when good practices are adopted throughout the project life. This course is organised to prepare civil, structural and construction engineering practitioners, developers, builders and specialist builders, Site Supervisors, Resident Engineers and Resident Technical Officers on the understanding of structural concrete works in building and civil engineering projects in Singapore.
- 1. Concrete and Concreting Works
- - Standards, Codes and Regulations
- - Concrete Specifications
- - Concreting Works
- 2. Special Concrete
- - Sprayed Concrete
- - Reinforced Concrete
- 3. Concrete Structures
- - Reinforcing Concrete
- - Precast and Prestressed Concrete
- - Water-resistance
- 4. Concrete Repairs
Profile of Speaker
Er. Yang Kin Seng was a former Director with the Building and Construction Authority, regulating and overseeing the safety of buildings and geotechnical building works under construction in Singapore, and headed the Singapore Geological Office. Er. Yang has also served with the now-defunct Public Works Department as Assistant Chief Civil Engineer, Head (Roads, Planning and Design) and Head of Geotechnical Engineering, Site Investigation, Instrumentation and Laboratories. His involvement in civil, building and infrastructural projects ranges from roads, flyovers, bridges and expressways, including Changi Airport development, construction of schools and CTE tunnels, to parks and government buildings, as well as overseas projects in China and Brunei. He was the Chief Project Manager (Singapore) for the Singapore-Malaysia Second Crossing. He has published more than 40 papers in International conferences and seminars, and peer-reviewed journals. Er. Yang was awarded Public Administration Medal (Silver) in 1998.
Er. Yang was a Colombo Plan Scholar, and graduated with BEng (First Class Hons) in Civil Engineering from University of Melbourne and a recipient of Trinity College Scholarship, CWN Sexton Scholarship, AJ Francis Prize and an Exhibition Prize. Er. Yang was also a Commonwealth Scholar, and obtained MSc (Distinction) in Soil Mechanics and Engineering Seismology and awarded the Soil Mechanics Prize from Imperial College London. He also obtained MSc (Civil Eng) from NUS, and LLB (Hons) from University of London.
Er. Yang co-chaired the SPRING (Singapore) Eurocodes Review Advisory Committee, and the Technical Committee on Civil and Geotechnical Works. He is a Professional Engineer and a Specialist Professional Engineer registered with the Professional Engineers’ Board, and a Specialist Accredited Checker whilst in Building and Construction Authority. Er. Yang has been conducting many courses for industry practitioners at the BCA Academy since 2007, as well as for IES, ACES and corporates.
Part 2 Common WSH Hazards & Risk Management 2.0 at Construction Sites
The characteristics of the construction sector present multi-fold and unique WSH challenges. While the construction sector continues to be an important sector of the Singapore economy, it is also one of the more hazardous and riskier workplaces. More vigilance is needed and the objective of this module is to inculcate and raise awareness in stakeholders (including qualified persons such as Professional Engineers, and Registered Architects) on the common hazards that are prevalent in construction sites. This will enable them to understand the control measures that are implemented onsite to manage and mitigate such common hazards. The course will cover common hazards such as working at heights, falling objects, machinery and electrical hazards.
Participants’ perspectives will be enhanced through the sharing of case studies of previous incidents/accidents. Relevant legal and other requirements as well as statutory duties of relevant stakeholders such as occupier, employer, self-employed persons will be covered. References will be made to the Workplace Safety & Health (WSH) Act and relevant guidelines. Since its inception in 2006, Risk management (RM) is an important tool in identifying hazards, assessing the risk, and implementing measures to control or minimise the risk. Every workplace should put in place an effective RM to ensure that all employees are working in a safe and healthy environment. To help companies better assess risks and hazards at work, the Ministry of Manpower and the Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Council have enhanced the risk management framework. The key principals under the Risk Management 2.0, or RM 2.0 will be covered.
This module will equip stakeholders with the necessary WSH knowledge (including legal and other requirements) for their course of work.
1. Common workplace safety and health hazards that are prevalent in construction sites. Common hazards such as working at heights, falling objects, machinery and electrical will be covered.
2. Control measures for common hazards which includes best practices which can be and are implemented onsite to reduce risks to as low as possible.
3. Statistics of workplace accidents and injuries in the construction industry.
4. Sharing of case studies of fatal accidents in the construction industry.
5. Coverage of relevant legal and other requirements. Statutory duties of relevant stakeholders such as occupier, employer, self-employed persons under the Workplace Safety and Health Act will be covered
6. Introduction to risk management and risk assessment. Enhancements to the risk management framework, the approved code of practice for Risk Management as well as key principles to Risk Management 2.0 will be covered.
7. Factors influencing and driving risk controls and management within an organisation.
8. Driving risk controls upstream that considers proximity between hazardous work activities, compatibility of work activities, non-routine work activities and environmental conditions.
Profile of Speaker
Winson Lee is currently in his own private engineering practice. He was a Deputy Director with the Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Department of the Building and Construction Authority. He graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the National University of Singapore in 2005. After graduation, he joined the Occupational Safety and Health Division, Ministry of Manpower (MOM) where he subsequently obtained a Master’s degree in Safety, Health and Environmental Technology from his alma mater in 2009.
Er. Lee has more than 12 years of regulatory public sector experience and had served the Ministry of Manpower from 2006 where he led inspectors in conducting workplace safety and health inspections and audits, conducting investigations into serious and fatal industrial accidents including fall from heights accidents. He has investigated a number of fall from heights accidents, prosecuting culpable parties under the WSH Act and its Regulations. Having joined the Building and Construction Authority in 2012 after serving a brief stint as a Senior Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Manager in the private sector, he assumes regulatory role by enforcing the Amusement Rides Safety Act.
Er. Lee is a qualified Train the Trainer for working at heights and has audited and drafted fall prevention height plans and emergency response procedures on working at heights for various companies. Er. Lee’s interest lies in WSH risk management. In his current practice, he has been advising companies including rope access companies on matters pertaining to work at heights and adequacy of anchorage/lifelines as well as temporary edge protection
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Union Training Assistance Programme(UTAP) - APPROVED
SkillsFuture Credit (SFC) - Funded TGS-2021005993
2 STU(Safety) & 6 STU(Structural) & 5 SDU - All Confirmed
10 PDU (PE & CEng) - Confirmed
This course DO NOT HAVE SDU points
|| Karen Phua
|Coordinator Contact No.
|| 6463 9211
1. Fee inclusive of GST, course materials & 2 Coffee Breaks & 1 Lunch at Cafe.
2. Course fee to be made at least 21 days prior to event date failing which seats will be auto-release without further reminder
3. Certificate of Attendance will be given to PAID participants with 100% attendance.
4. If payment via Cheque, should be made payable to :"IES Academy Pte Ltd" and mail to 80 Jurong East Street 21, #04-10, Devan Nair Institute For Employment and Employability, Singapore 609607
5. Hotel will be Orchard Hotel Singapore or Similar Class
6. Limited Seats Only - Please register early to avoid Disappointment
Yet to be allocated