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CONSTRUCTION SAFETY & HEALTH OFFICER TRAINING Syllabus & Modules Module 1 Introduction Introduction to the Course Course

e Objectives Course Outline Workplace Accidents in the Construction Industry Construction Processes & Activities Terminology Module 2 Overview Of OSH Legislation Salient provisions of OSH Legislation Occupational Safety & Health Act 1994, Regulations & Orders Factories & Machinery Act 1967, Regulations & Rules Overview Of Factories & Machinery (Building Operations & Works of Engineering Construction) (Safety) Regulations 1986 Designs by Professional Engineers & Approval by the Department of Occupational Safety & Health. Case Study Module 3 Overview of OSH Management System Introduction What is an OSH Management System? Global OSH Management System Overview of an OSH Management System Developing an OSH Management System Reviewing an OSH Management System on Site Case Study Module 4 Pre Construction OSH Planning Introduction Safety Plan: Preliminary Assessment Developing Safety Plan Site Planning / Implementation : Utilizing Preliminary Assessment Output / Site layout Appointment of Safety Personnel / Organization Arrangements with Sub-Contractors. OSH Budgeting Statutory Notification Temporary Traffic Management PPE Management / Safety Signage Case Study

Module 5 Monitoring Workplace OSH Site Management: Site Safety, Health, Welfare Provisions & Housekeeping Earthwork / Excavation Piling Underground Services Marine Work Concrete Work Steel & Pre-Cast Structure Working at Height Confined Spaces Chemical Hazard Hand & Power Tools Mechanical &Electrical Works Post Construction Emergency Preparedness Case Study Module 6 Workplace OSH Inspections Introduction Types of Workplace Inspection Objectives Of In House Inspection Steps of Workplace Inspection Sample of Inspection Checklist Guidance Sample of Workplace Inspection Report Group Activities Module 7 Accident Notification & Investigation Introduction Causes of Accident Statutory Notification In House Reporting & Investigation Case study

CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT PROCEDURES Course Overview The course is designed to provide a basic understanding on Tender and Contract Documents. It encompass learning of the principles, elements and contents, and their implications to the construction project. Trainees are be exposed to case-studies and exercises to evaluate the adequacy and appropriateness of tender and contract documents. Course Objectives: Understand the principles and implications of Tender and Control Documents Identify and assess the elements of Tender and Contract Documents Participate in the preparation of Tender and Contract Documents Operationalized Tender and Contract Documents Course Content Tender Documents Tender Pre-Qualifications Contractual Arrangements And Tenders Elements Of tender Documents Contract Documents Elements of a contract Contract Conditions Elements at Contract Documents Contract Documents and Project Award

DESIGN & BUILD TURNKEY CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION INTRODUSTION In a construction industry which is fast growing and changing from the traditional methods of implementing projects, Design & Build / Turnkey contracts is an alternative procurement methods that is fast becoming a much preferred way of implementing projects by both the private and public sector as it offers a packaged deal which appeals to the employers or clients generally. As such it is vital for all parties in the construction industry to be fully aware and prepared with the knowledge and information on the current particularly being used in the public sector. OBJECTIVES OF TRAINING To Understand the concepts and applications in implementing projects. To Familiarize and make known on the expectations of clients/ employers To gain experience from the current practices and procedure especially in the public sector, WHO SHOULD ATTEND Top and middle level managers who oversee, implement and coordinate the task given especially in the contractor? Project Management Consultants Professionals such as Project Managers, Architects, Engineering, Quantity Surveyors and other professionals. COURSE OUTLINE Part 1: Introduction and overview What is it? Definition When to use Who are the parties involve Characteristics & Differences Role and Obligation of Parties Part II : Pre-Contract Implementation Work Process Method of Tender Employers Requirement Pre-bid Document Contractors Submission Preparing Estimates Tender Evaluation Tender Award

Part III : Post Contract Implementation Work Process Contractors? Obligation Program of Works Payments Managing Variations Completion & Non-Completion Defects Liability Period & Maintenance Final Accounts

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS FOR PROFESSIONAL IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY


Introduction In current business environment, managing financial resources has become a critical management issue for all managers and executives. Managing business under various constraints and ever rising costs leads us to leverage on financial skills, resources management, using financial information in driving business performance indicators. When you well know why financial skill is important, acquiring financial skill is the first step in applying the finance concepts relevant to your business operations. This course will bring you from little or zero financial skills to achieving awareness and application to your construction business. This programmed serves as a forum in developing critical business thinking and introduces cost and cash flow consciousness, very relevant especially during this challenging economy climate. It is never timelier than NOW. OBJECTIVE Upon completion of this programmed you will be able to: Understand the financial statements, from concepts to how to use the financial information Translate cost and revenue relationships to business operations Use financial analysis skills in assessing business performance Accept financial skills as a business tool in measuring business viability Differentiate profits from cash bringing reality to managing finance LANGUAGE Training will be conducted in English COST CONTENTS Programmed Content 1. Structure and content of financial statement > The Income Statement > The Balance Sheet 2. Cost and revenue relationship > Understanding the concepts of costs > Differentiating fixed and variable costs > Understanding cost management under various business models > Individual Exercise Calculating break even point and profits 3. Assessing The Income Performance > Quality of Earnings > Sustainability of Earning > Earning Efficiency

1. Understanding Financial Analysis in interpreting > Corporate Liquidity > Debt Dependence > Asset Quality 2. Cash Flow performance > The relationship of Cash & Profits > Sources of cash flow > Cash Flow Strength 3. Linking all financial skills together > Recap all financial skills together > Mapping how financial skills linking to business 3.3 performance > Awareness on Balance Scorecard as Business Performance Dashboard COURSE METHODOLOGY 10 min debriefings Hands on analysis Simulation Case Study Brainstorming Sessions Interactive Presentations Group Exercise Business Management Games WHO SHOULD ATTEND Contractors, Projects Manager, Technical Professional, Engineers

SITE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR NON TECHNICAL COURSE OVERVIEW Meeting the needs of cost is one of the primary objectives of any construction project and this responsibility is significantly charged to the personnel managing the construction activities at the project site. It is imperative that site management personnel must be capable of implementing project programmed and activities within the framework of cost allowed. This necessitates them to have sufficient knowledge of the relationship between project cost against and project activities underpinned with awareness project implications if the project activities are not implemented within cost. A pre-requisite of this is the understanding and appreciation of the knowledge on the fundamentals and dynamics of site financial management. This encompasses the knowledge on the inter-relationships between project contract cost with tender cost estimates, long and short term planning, resource allocation, claims and payments, project cash-flow and project profitability which leads to the determination of project final account. This training module is designed to provide the necessary knowledge and understanding to all site management personnel. Site management personnel from little formal background knowledge on financial and contract knowledge will especially find this module very useful. The learning approach takes in the form of lectures, case-studies and simulations to promote the learning. COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon completion, trainee should be able to: Prepare budget for the site works Prepare cash flow diagrams Monitor and control cost of works based on budget prepared Determine variance between schedule and actual costs COURSE CONTENT Introduction to Site Financial Management Cash Flow Forecasting For Project Site Application Of Cost Monitoring & Control System at project site.