Construction Safety Webinar: Integrating Safety, Efficiency, and Compliance


Join us for a comprehensive seminar that delves into the latest trends, technologies, and best practices in the construction industry. Our expertly curated sessions are designed to enhance safety, efficiency, and well-being in construction projects. This seminar will provide attendees with valuable insights, practical strategies. Whether you are an experienced professional or new to the field, you will leave with a deeper understanding of how to improve your projects and ensure the highest standards of safety and efficiency.


Who Should Attend?

  • Construction Managers

  • Safety Officers and Inspectors

  • Project Managers

  • Engineers and Architects

  • HR Managers in Construction Firms

  • BIM Coordinators and Specialists


Why Attend?

  • Enhance Safety Practices: Understand the importance of integrating safety into the design and planning stages. Learn practical strategies for identifying and mitigating risks early on, leading to safer and more efficient project outcomes. This knowledge will empower you to implement comprehensive safety measures that protect workers and reduce accidents.

  • Boost Efficiency: Discover lean construction principles and innovative technologies that reduce waste and improve project reliability. Learn how to streamline operations and enhance project planning, which can lead to significant cost savings and increased productivity. By applying these principles, you can achieve more reliable and timely project completions.

  • Stay Updated: Keep abreast of the latest standards and best practices in the construction industry. Staying informed about regulatory changes and technological advancements ensures that your projects comply with current standards, avoiding potential legal issues and enhancing overall project quality.


Course Fees (Incl GST)

SCAL members: $76.30

Non-members: $109.00


Design for Safety - Integrating Safety into Design and Case Studies

by Mr Thia Toh Men, Senior Principal Specialist (Inspectorate Specialist Group), Ministry of Manpower, MOM

This session will highlight the critical role of safety in the design phase of construction projects. Through detailed case studies, you will learn practical strategies for identifying and mitigating risks from the outset, ensuring safer outcomes throughout the construction lifecycle. Discover how to incorporate safety considerations into every aspect of project planning and design, leading to more secure and successful projects.


Lean Construction Principles - Reducing Waste and Making Planning Reliable

by Dr David Chua, NUS

Explore the fundamentals of lean construction, focusing on methods to reduce waste and enhance reliability in project planning. This session will cover key concepts such as value stream mapping, pull planning, and continuous improvement. Gain actionable insights into implementing lean principles to streamline operations, reduce costs, and improve project outcomes. These practices will help you optimize resources and achieve greater efficiency in your projects.


The Dimensions of BIM for Health and Safety

by Dr Eugene Seah, Chief Executive Officer, DLS Consultancy Pte Ltd

The use of BIM now is common place and some more in use than others. BIM is a tool, and the various software are model authoring tools. The crux of the success of BIM will be in the use of it, how its used , at what stage and the information that goes into the model. The resultant can be stretched from visualisation to Digital Twins.  This presentation explores the use at various dimensions of BIM and then explores what is needed to be included from Information to modelling quality so that the essence on Health and Safety can be harnessed and put to good use.


WSH Tech for the Construction Industry

by Mr Soh Zhen Yao, Manager (WSH Technology), Workplace Safety and Health Institute, Ministry of Manpower

Technology is a key enabler to achieving the strategic outcomes of WSH 2028. The presentation from WSH Institute will cover how technology solutions such as electronic Permit-To-Work, video surveillance systems with artificial intelligence and robotic solutions can improve work site safety and productivity.


Deployment of Video Surveillance System at Woh Hup

by Mr Koh Kah Yen, Darryl, Workplace Safety, Health & Environmental Officer (WSHEO)

This session covers the implementation of a video surveillance system at Woh Hup, detailing the technology used, deployment process, and benefits such as improved site safety, security, and operational efficiency. Learn best practices for integrating video surveillance into construction projects.


Employee Engagement and Mental Health and Well-being

by Ms Jane Pang, Senior HR Manager, Teambuild Engineering and Construction

This session covers strategies to foster a culture of safety and well-being within construction teams. Learn techniques for engaging employees in safety initiatives, promoting mental health, and creating a supportive workplace culture, with practical tips and best practices for enhancing safety and well-being programs.


SS 536:2023 - Code of practice for the safe use of mobile cranes

by Mr Jason Oh, Working Group SS 536 and Principal Consultant of JOH Safety Consultancy Pte Ltd

SS 536 provides guidelines and requirements for the construction, application, operation, maintenance and testing of mobile cranes for their safe use. The types of land-based mobile cranes covered by this standard include crawler-mounted cranes, wheel-mounted cranes and truck-mounted cranes.


Course Duration

0.5 Day Course

  • Training Hours – 4.0 hours

  • Assessment Hours – 0 hours

Medium Of Instruction

  • English

Funding Information

This webinar is not eligible for funding.


SDU: 4 Units

Course Brochure

Construction Safety Seminar: Integrating Safety, Efficiency, and Compliance



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.


For more information, please contact Ms Tan Wei Xuan at 67939020 or email

“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”

Govindavelalar Gunasekaran

“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.”

Daphne Yip

“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.””

Kenn Tan