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Building and Construction Authority

17 Oct 2017 to 17 Oct 2017

Prefabricated Prefinished Volumetric Construction (PPVC) is a technology that fundamentally changes the way we build. In this workshop, the project team of the Wisteria development, with representatives from the Architect, Main Contractor and PPVC specialist will share their project experience and learning points throughout the design, manufacturing and construction stages. In addition, participants could would be able to visit the project site to view the hoisting process and various PPVC modules (*subject to weather conditions).

Building and Construction Authority

23 Oct 2017 to 23 Oct 2017

With the adoption of Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) gaining momentum in Singapore, there is a growing interest in DfMA regionally. This workshop is organised at this year Singapore Construction Productivity Week (SCPW) and aims to provide participants with a better understanding on the current state of development of DfMA in the region, as well its outlook moving forward.

Building and Construction Authority

24 Oct 2017 to 25 Oct 2017

The Build Smart Conference provides a platform for practitioners from different disciplines to gain insights of overseas and local advancement towards construction productivity, its technologies, processes and concepts, business case, as well as exemplary projects. Launched in 2011, the 2-day Build Smart Conference has been a key event of the annual Singapore Construction Productivity Week (SCPW), which is an industry-wide campaign to raise awareness in enhancing construction productivity.

The Internal Audit (QEHS) course (based on requirements on Quality Management System, Environmental Management System and Occupational Health and Safety Management System) aims to equip Internal Auditors with the knowledge and skill required to assess, monitor and measure the performance of an organisations integrated QEHS Management system. As the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 have recently undergone a major review, the course includes the latest updates of the new editions and highlights the necessary revisions to ensure smooth transition from the current version.

Building and Construction Authority

30 Oct 2017 to 31 Oct 2017

Property and facilities management is a growing industry in Singapore. With the ever-increasing number of residential developments in Singapore, the demand for more professionally trained property and facilities management personnel is growing in tandem. To meet the high expectations of home owners and residents, building management personnel need to be well equipped with the knowledge of the governing laws and related procedures for the management of estates. In addition, it is also important for them to acquire good interpersonal communication and people management skills to manage difficult and demanding clients in a positive way.The course covers the essential procedures and laws related to estate management under the Building Maintenance & Strata Management Act (BMSMA). It also provides an awareness and understanding of the crucial people management skills necessary for building management personnel.

Building and Construction Authority

1 Nov 2017 to 2 Nov 2017

Managing people, in general, can be frustrating and demanding on ones time and can result in increased stress levels, especially when we are so consumed in our daily work processes. Very often, project managers, site supervisors, facility managers and building executives are hassled by their site agents, subcontractors, material suppliers and building tenants over all kinds of issues and problems relating to inadequate site facilities, slow work progress, poor building maintenance, high rental fees, etc. Normally, people who lack effective management and interpersonal skills would only exacerbate such situations. Furthermore, the stress of handling difficult people and challenging situations can result in low productivity, low morale and high absenteeism within the team or an organisation. The 2-day experiential workshop aims to teach participants practical solutions to effectively manage people by considering (1) what makes people difficult (2) how we could communicate effectively and manage peoples expectations, and (3) strategies for dealing with difficult people and situations.Through interactive activities, role play and case studies participants learn how to apply the provided tools coupled with their interpersonal skills to deal with all types of work behaviour problems. Towards the end of the workshop, you should be able to develop a personal action plan that helps you manage your team more effectively.

Building and Construction Authority

1 Nov 2017 to 7 Sep 2018

Under the legal framework of Workplace Safety and Health (WSH), a WSH Officer is required to be appointed for a construction project with a contract sum of $10 million or more. The Specialist Diploma in Workplace Safety and Health (SDipWSH) is one of the qualifications recognised for the registration of a WSH Officer by the Ministry of Manpower. This course will also prepare the participants to take up employment as other WSH professionals such as WSH Managers, WSH Advisors, WSH Specialists, etc. The course contents have been developed to suit personnel who wish to work in the construction industry.

Building and Construction Authority

1 Nov 2017 to 1 Jun 2018

Under the legal framework of Workplace Safety and Health (WSH), a WSH Co-ordinator is required to be appointed for a construction project with a contract sum of less than $10 million. The Advanced Certificate in Workplace Safety and Health (ACWSH) is the qualification recognised for the registration of a WSH Co-ordinator by the Ministry of Manpower. This course will also prepare the participants to take up employment as other WSH professionals such as WSH Supervisors.

Building and Construction Authority

3 Nov 2017 to 3 Nov 2017

The Buildability legislation, effective since 1 Jan 2001, promotes the use of buildable design and new construction technologies. Under legislation, consultants involved in building projects with Gross Floor Areas (GFA) of 2,000m2 and above must comply with the minimum Buildable Design Scores (B-Score) stipulated in the Code of Practice on Buildability (COP). Since 15 Jul 2011, builders also have to comply with a minimum Constructability Score (C-Score) which encourages the use of construction technologies, mehods and processes to reduce the industrys reliance on foreign workers.Over the years, the buildability framework has been strengthened to require consultants to deliver more buildable designs upstream, and builders to adopt more labour-saving construction methods/technologies downstream. The course thus aims to keep participants up to date on the latest changes to the buildability framework and provides them with an understanding of the principles involved in computing the B-Score and C-Score.

Building and Construction Authority

6 Nov 2017 to 15 Nov 2017

This course aims to give the Qualified Persons and technical support staff a better understanding of the building regulations. It allows participants to know the submissions process at different building plan stages and how it can be done more effectively and efficiently.