Psychological First Aid (PFA) is an approach learnt by both professionals and non-professionals who are in a position to help colleagues, friends or family members impacted by distressing events. It is not necessary for helpers to have a psychosocial or mental health background in order to be able to offer PFA.
This one-day course gives an overview of tribunals and legislation which deal with contract and tort claim deadlines for civil proceeding in Singapore. After the workshop, participants would be able to pay attention and take measures to comply with the deadline requirements of the tribunals and legislation so as to avoid delayed litigation which could fail years after it has arisen.
The requirements for building plan submission prior to any commencement of building project ensure that building designers such as architects and engineers exercise due diligent in the fire safety design of building structures during the initial design phase. When construction commences upon building plan being approved, the fire safety works need to be inspected and certified by registered fire inspectors and the SCDF before the building project can attain the temporary occupation permit (TOP) as well as the Fire Safety Certificate (FSC) for occupation. Some building with critical fire life safety systems such as automatic fire detection and alarm systems, smoke control systems, automatic suppression systems, etc. are required to undergo periodic professional engineers’ inspection and testing as well as annual fire certificate (FC) inspection by the authority. This workshop will cover the essential requirements and processes of building fire safety inspection to help FSMs to establish an effective fire safety management program.
Accidents are usually complex and there are laws and regulations in many countries requiring companies to self-investigate accidents and report certain types of occupational accidents to the local authorities. Some organizations may even require reporting accident to their corporate headquarters. The purpose of an investigation is to find the root causes and correct them to prevent similar events from happening in the future. This course offers the steps to conduct a thorough investigation by gathering evidence, interviewing witnesses, and analyzing the facts, and to make effective recommendations to prevent similar occurrences.
The course has been developed and designed to provide participants with a detailed understanding of the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act. The course also provides the essential tools for people who currently prepare or intend to prepare documents relating to adjudication, including adjudication applications and adjudication responses.
This one-day intensive training course is designed to assist construction industry professionals remain up to date on the Security of Payment Act. The training will explain your rights, obligations and liabilities in respect to payment claims, payment schedules, adjudication applications, adjudication responses and adjudication determinations. These key components will be fully explored and discussed in an interactive and friendly environment.