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Design for Safety for Professionals Course (previously known as Design for Safety Coordinator (DfSC) Course)

The Singapore Contractors Association Limited (SCAL) is the Accredited Training Provider approved by the Ministry of Manpower to conduct DfSP Course where suitable participants upon successful completion would be certified as Design for Safety for Professionals Course (previously known as Design for Safety Coordinator (DfSC) Course) for construction building projects.


The Singapore Contractors Association Limited (SCAL) is the Accredited Training Organisation approved by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) to conduct training for Singapore Workforce Skills Qualification (WSQ) “Develop a Risk Management Implementation Plan" (Total: 15 hours) which replaced the “Risk Management Course (Total: 14 hours)”, with effect from January 2013.


Easy-to-use project management softwares are now available to help contractors plan, control and evaluate their projects in a timely and cost-effective manner

Applying Primavera Project Planner Requirements for LTA Roads & Rails Projects

All large scale Land Transport Authority (LTA) road or rail projects would require Contractors to submit a programme to demonstrate their ability to meet all key dates during pre and post tender award. The programmes shall be developed by computerised Critical Path Method (CPM) using at least version 6.0 of Primavera P6 Professional Project Management from Oracle.

Autodesk Revit Architecture 2019 Essentials

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is one of the most promising developments in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industries. BIM Technology has been identified as a key driver to improve work processes among all project stakeholders and it is mandatory for all Regulatory Submission Sinc 2015. Hence, Construction Practitioners will benefit from gaining a deeper understanding of BIM.

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[Dec] 17 CONFIRMED - Mandarin session - Understanding Work Injury Compensation Act (WICA) and Contractor’s All Risk (C.A.R), 1.00pm - 5.00pm

This 4 hours mandarin seminar will allow participants to know (WICA) for compliance and have an understanding of extend of entitlement and coverage from WICA. And the Contractors' All Risk (CAR) and third party liability claims - Dealing with loss adjusters and presenting claims to insurers - Observing proper procedures and handling the technical aspect of the claims

[Dec] 21 - The Practical Approach to Protecting Your Business from Liability and Creditors through Insurance and Risk, 10.00am - 1.00pm

Learn how you can manage your debt management, including creditors, and potential risk to your family from other legal issues. There will also be a detailed legal discussion on legal issues on how to protect the assets and liabilities from creditors, and tax issues. Further, the seminar will also cover the other insurance which covers its objective in risk, claims and creditors including legal cost. Participants will be given practical discussions and exercise including question and case studies.

[Dec] 21 CONFIRMED - Resolving Construction Disputes between Main Contractor and Sub Contractor, 2.00pm - 5.00pm

The objective of the seminar is to introduce participants to resolve construction disputes between main contractor and subcontractor and on how it operates in the practical context. The theme will be on how main contractor and sub-contractor can resolve construction disputes.

[Dec] 27 - Design a Practical Salary Structure and Employees Benefit Scheme for Small-Medium Enterprises, 2.00pm - 6.00pm

In a competitive labor market, the Small-and-Medium Enterprises (SMEs) might not have the rich resources as larger companies in attracting and retaining talents. This puts SMEs in a disadvantaged position in the talent war. Yet, the differentiated head start should not prevent SMEs in developing an effective compensation and benefit scheme in their bid to recruit and retain talents against larger companies. The first starting point is for enlightened SMEs to develop a useful and practical compensation and benefit scheme. Doing so is fundamental for SMEs in achieving organizational growth and business expansion. Without putting in place this scheme, SMEs will always be plagued by the difficulty in hiring staff and the concern of employees turnover. This workshop will provide SMEs with a down-to-earth approach in designing a compensation and benefit system to enhance its competitiveness in recruiting and retaining its employees.

[Jan] 07 - An introduction session on How the Professional Indemnity (PI) insurance responds to claims, 1.00pm - 5.00pm

Projects Consultants and Architects are involved in projects and their role are normally limited to planning, design and site supervision. The actual physical construction aspect is left to the contractors and sub-contractors on the ground. Most professionals normally undertake their responsibilities pretty well and perform their duties according to their clients’ expectations. However, should the design fail or there are shortcomings in performing their planning duties, the Professional Indemnity Insurance is called upon to provide coverage. This brief ½ day program will provide a few basic pointers on the PI policy coverage and details how coverage is provided when there is a claims notification.

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[Dec] 27 - Workplace Accident – Who should be Responsible, 10.00am - 5.00pm

This course gives an overview of the common causes of workplace accidents and the stake holders’ duties and responsibilities under the respective legislations and common law. Court case judgments are used to illustrate the requirements of the stakeholders. Practical control measures to avoid/minimise risks of workplace accidents are covered.

[Jan] 04 - Contract Administration under Public Sector Standard Conditions of Contract (PSSCOC), 9.00am - 5.30pm

The Public Sector Standard Conditions of Contract (PSSCOC) was developed by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) to enable a common contract form to be used in all public sector construction projects. Familiarity among users will reduce tendering efforts and promote greater efficiency in contract administration. The PSSCOC for Construction Works was first published in 1995. It had undergone several reviews. The second and third editions were launched in July 1999 and January 2004 respectively. The fourth edition was launched in March 2005 to be in line with the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act 2004 which came into operation in April 2005. The current version is the PSSCOC for Construction Works (Seventh Edition Jul 2014).

[Jan] 04 - Effective Business Writing, 9.00am - 5.00pm

This course will provide participants with the practical skills and knowledge required to communicate in writing effectively between departments and with other companies. Participants will cover the importance of writing as a communication tool, the various principles and processes of writing, the overall appearance of the completed form of written communication. Also covered will be the presentation and structure of such areas as, letter writing, memo and email writing.

[Jan] 09 - Risk Management for Construction SMEs, 9.00am - 5.00pm

Risk management is critical for businesses when it comes to survival, sustainability and success. For Singapore small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the construction sector, risk management is an essential tool to secure revenue and profits when the business landscape is cautiously optimistic. This one-day interactive workshop focuses on how SMEs can address Singapore’s risk landscape involving domestic regulatory requirements, business needs and organisations’ internal issues, in a systematic and productive manner.

[Jan] 10 - ISO 45001 Internal Auditors Course

This course aims to provide participants with essential skills and knowledge required to plan and conduct effective internal audits based on ISO 45001:2018 requirements.

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