An Engineering Education Australia Virtual Workshop:
Temporary works failures are often significant and can cause death. You can avoid most of these failures with robust procedural control.
In this course, you'll learn about:
- the risks of poorly controlled temporary works
- common causes of failures
- where to find good guidelines - including British Standard BS5975.
You'll cover local and international best practice in safety in design, as well as in the construction, use, maintenance and removal of temporary works. You'll also learn about common failures.
After completing this course, you'll be able to:
- identify temporary works across a project
- understand the common risks involved
- implement good procedural control to reduce risk.
You'll also receive a workbook that includes references to online tools, books, guidelines and practice notes for further reference.
- Identifying all temporary works across a project
- A good understanding of common risks posed by temporary works
- The causes of recent temporary works failures
- Your obligations to control temporary works risks under WHS legislation
- Defining what good procedural control means and where to find good practice
- Defining common temporary works terminology, including working load limits, factors of safety and permissible stress design
- Developing a strategy to ensure poor practice doesn't lead to harm
- How to conduct temporary works checks, including sliding, overturning and stability
Is this course for you?
This course suits civil, geotechnical and structural engineers working in the construction sector. It's also suitable for related roles, including:
- WHS advisers
- early contractor involvement (ECI), bid and tender phase team members
- procurement team members
- site management team members
- project management team members (contractor or client side)
- project directors
- project managers
- commercial managers
- bid or tender managers
- site managers
- site foremen
- project engineers
- site engineers
- consulting engineers
- clients and client representatives.
Engineering Education Australia's Virtual Workshops
A Virtual Workshop is a structured live online classroom style delivery method for training and professional development. For the optimal online learning experience, Virtual Workshops are interactive and use tools such as break out rooms for discussions, activities based on practical case studies and two-way communication.
Please note: This workshop will be delivered over two 9.00am - 12.30pm sessions on 20 and 21 March 2021. To ensure the optimal learning experience, capacity is strictly limited to 18 participants - register early to avoid disappointment.
- Non Members:
Engineering Education Australia
03 9321 1700