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IES Virtual Classroom - Implementing Effective Pre-Construction Review (GUIDE 3) for Greater Site Productivity 2nd Run

7th Jul 2020
1:30PM - 5:45PM -




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.


Course Title : Implementing Effective Pre-Construction Review (GUIDE 3) For Greater Site Productivity 2nd Run


Participants will appreciate how important is to plan upfront and influence for downstream productivity. The appointment of competent RE/ RTO is a legal and strategic decision as he represents the Client and Consultants in ensuring that the quality and safety of final product is deliver as per specification, drawings and specific requirements.

To be able to enhance site productivity for overall benefit, the RE/ RTO will need to have to an overview of the Client, Consultants requirements. In addition, the RE/ RTO will also need to understanding whether the appointed Contractor is competent to plan and schedule the site works to achieve the Client and Consultants intent right from the start and not during the project works.    

Doing it right the first time and always should be the “mindset” to eliminate or minimize the foreseeable re-works, this will translate into cost saving and productivity. Hence, the Trainer will share how Developer/ Consultants/ Contractor can be benefited from implementing the “Pre-construction review” to achieve site productivity. 


Target Audiences

Architects, Developers, Specialist Designers (QP/PE), Engineers and Project Managers, Specialist Contractors (Demolition, Piling, Excavation etc), Contractor PM, Site Engineers and WSH Officers, C&S and M&E Engineers, Resident Engineers & Resident Technical Officers


Course Outline

Overview of National WSH 2028 Vision
Understanding the Construction stakeholders roles and responsibilities and their thinking process
Competency of RE/RTO requirement to enhance site safety & productivity
What is “Pre-construction review”  
Case Studies
Short Quiz

CV of Trainer

Jason has more than 25 years of Project Engineering Design, Construction and Management experience. He is the Principal Consultant of JOH Safety Consultancy Pte Ltd. He has obtained his B.Eng (Civil) (Hons) from the University of Glasgow, United Kingdom and furthers his study at the National University of Singapore for his Master of Science (Safety, Health and Environmental Technology).

Jason ventures into construction industry starting from ground as a Project Engineer, Safety Officer/ Manager, Civil & Structural Designer, Developer and Contractor Project Manager, DfS Professional. The projects ranged from infra-structures, heavy industry and chemical warehouse/ factory, process plant, School, Hotel, Private and Public Residential housing. He is the Fellow member of IES (The Institution of Engineers, Singapore); Past Chairman for the Health & Safety Engineering Technical Committee, IES (2011 to 2015); Ex. Council member, IES 2011 to 2015); Founding EXCO of IOSH (Singapore Branch); Assessment committee for Fire Safety Design Excellence Awards in 2017; Co-Convenor for the Singapore Standard (SS 559: 2010) review committee (Code of Practice for Safe use of Tower cranes).


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Supported By: UTAP only
CPD:  2 STU(Safety)(Confirmed) 4 SDU, 4 PDU, 4 CEng(PDU) - All To be confirmed
Coordinator: Karen Phua
Coordinator contact no.: 6463 9211
Coordinator E-mail:

Fee inclusive of GST, course materials & Light refreshments.

Limited seats available (first-come-first-served basis).

Certificate of Attendance will be given to participants with 100% attendance.

Yet to be allocated
Ref: IESA-P0000001-482

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