This is a 1-day course to equip participants with all-round knowledge and concepts to understand the practice of risk assessment in the workplace.
Risk assessment has been made mandatory at all workplaces and it is essential that every level of staff should have a thorough working knowledge of RA to facilitate and support companies in the national efforts towards erradicating unsafe practices and risks of harm to health of workers, and toward zero vision.
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).
Increasingly, managers in every functional area need to understand the basic principles of accounting and finance to improve the effectiveness of their operations and strategy. Financial data has to be analysed in order to make calculated business decisions. By empowering non-financial managers with a framework of essential financial terminology, concepts and applications taught in this programme, it would enable them to analyse and interpret commonly used financial information in making business decisions and working more effectively with the financial managers of their organizations.
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.
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.