The construction sector has been one of the top contributors of workplace accidents in Singapore. The occurrence of accidents frequently leads to injury and fatality that would aect the sector’s reputation, productivity and profitability. In addition, non-compliance of the legislative WSH requirements would subject the violating parties to prosecution by the competent authority as well as civil proceedings by the injured parties, and the estate of the deceased. It is thus important for parties in the construction sector to be aware of the relevant legislative WSH requirements including those specific requirements pertaining to high risk construction worksites, take and implement appropriate safety measures to prevent, if not minimise, the occurrence of such worksite accidents.
This course gives an overview of the legislative requirements for high risk construction worksites as defined under the WSH (Construction) Regulations. The WSH (Operation of Cranes) Regulations which is legislated to deal with crane accidents at worksites will be highlighted in the discussion.
Overview of construction sector safety performance
WSH regulatory framework
Update of MOM’s WSH requirements
WSH (Construction) Regulations
Court of Appeal case study on liability of parties in crane accident Tan Juay Pah v Kimly Construction Pte Ltd and others  SGCA 17
WSH (Operation of Cranes) Regulations
Be aware of the legislative WSH requirements for high risk worksites
Understand the need to implement PTW system
The workshop will be useful to Technical Executives, Supervisors, LCDWs, LEWs, Contractors, Project Managers, Project Coordinators, Contract Administrators, Architects, Quantity Surveyors, Company Directors, Developers, Safety Practitioners, Professional Engineers and Engineers who are working in the construction industry.
SCAL member: $275.40
CIJC member: $324.00
Er HC Lim
BEng (EE), MSc (IE), LLB (Hons), BSc (Economics) Hons, P.Eng, C.Eng, Sr MIES, MIET, ACS, ACG
Er HC Lim is Principal Consultant of Pinnacle Engineering and Management Consultancy, a translator, an advisor for parties in adjudication as well as a certified ACTA trainer and assessor.
He also holds DipBA, SDipECT, SDipFMA, ADipMD, CDipAF and GCIA.
He was Director (Contracts) of the Network Development Division, SP PowerGrid before venturing into training and management consultancy services. He has had more than 30 years' experience in the transmission and distribution network development, operations and maintenance, street lighting operations, management of safety and security units and support services for the company's operation.
In dispute resolution aspect, he is a SOP accredited adjudicator, a fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators and an accredited mediator of SISV Panel of Mediators.
1.0 Day Course
Training Hours – 6.0 hours
Assessment Hours – 0 hours
This workshop is not eligible for funding.
An e-Certificate of Attendance will be issued to participant who complete the course with 100% attendance.
A notice of replacement / postponement together with the full particulars of the new participant (for replacement) must be given to us AT LEAST 3 working days before course commencement. A charge of S$50 (replacement) or S$100 (postponement) will be imposed on such changes.
A notice of cancellation must be given at least 3 working days before commencement of the course and 50% of course fee will be charged /returned. If notice is given less than 3 working days before the first day of the course, there will be no refund/100% charged.
Available upon request.
For more information, please contact Mr Law Jia Hao at 67939020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
“The training provided by SCAL’s experienced and knowledgeable trainers has equipped me with an excellent grasp of construction safety and allowed me to enhance worksite safety in Woh Hup”
“The course content is very relevant to my daily work and I will definitely recommend this course to my colleagues with design background at SCAL Academy.”
“SCAL Academy has a good understanding of how the industry works and the training is much better aligned with practical needs. The trainer also exhibited fantastic content knowledge and this enabled me to apply the concepts to my work.””