This course gives an overview of the nature of construction disputes and the various options of dispute resolution processes for construction projects.
This course aims to enhance participants’ knowledge on the key considerations in deciding to proceed with a tender, and in preparing for a favourable tender submission. Participants will also gain perspectives in identifying, and evaluating the involved risks and competitive advantages to prepare quality proposals so as to enhance their opportunities in tendering for construction projects and other infrastructure projects.
This one-day course gives an overview of the legislative requirements on the electrification of construction projects with special focus on electrical supply system. In which, participants will learn about the roles of LEWs, the licensed installation requirements
In recent years, infrastructure development calls for large scale construction projects involving deep basement and other forms of underground construction such as caverns and common services/MRT tunnels, etc. Due to highly non-uniform nature of the ground, soil conditions and the methodology used in project execution, it is a great challenge to determine construction liability for this sort of projects. Accordingly, stakeholders of construction projects need to understand construction liability clearly and take proactive measure to mitigate the risk involved.
Falls from height are a major cause of injuries/fatalities in the construction industry. The WAH Regulations require all workplaces included in the Schedule of workplaces under the Regulations which engage in activities that workers are to work at height to develop and implement site specific Fall Prevention Plans in order to ensure the safety of the workers during their course of the work. This one-day course gives an overview of FPP and PTW in terms of legislative requirements and best practices. Participants will learn how FPP and PTW are prepared and implemented respectively to prevent WAH incidents as well as incidents from the 6 high risk worksites under the WSH (Construction) Regulations.