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  • 11 March 2021 06:00 AM      07:00 AM

    Temporary Works in the UK - 30 Years of Changes and Current Best Practice
    By Ray Filip
    In the UK how we manage the design and construction of temporary works has significantly changed over the last 30 years or so. This presentations discusses these changes and highlights some common issues and shows current UK best practice.
    Key Takeaways
    Changes in the field of temporary works Example of common temporary works issues UK temporary works best practice About the Speaker
    Ray is a chartered Civil Engineer and a Fellow of the Institution. He has been involved in the field of temporary works for nearly 35 years, having worked for major contractors in the UK and Southern Africa and a specialist UK subcontractor. For the last 14 years Ray has run his own temporary works consultancy, offering specialist technical advice, temporary works design, procedural control, site auditing and training. Since 2016 he has been on the British Standards committee responsible for revising BS5975. On occasion Ray also advise the UK Health and Safety Authority on temporary works issues

     

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  • 15 April 2021 07:00 AM      08:30 AM

    Let's discuss Temporary Works - Panel Discussion 
    By Ken O’Neill, Barry Pike and David Thomas
    Please join the Temporary Works Forum (TWf) Australia, Community of Practice for a panel discussion where we will provide the opportunity to attendees to interact with some fantastic panellists and contribute to a discussion around how we could improve temporary works in our industry. During this panel discussion, we will have a holistic view of the industry's norm and hear from all spectrum of the delivery team, including a permanent works engineer, head contractor, temporary works engineer and a guest from the TWf UK's branch. During this panel discussion, attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about their most pressing issues they are facing in the industry. A great variety of topics will be discussed, such as collaboration, communication, risk allocation and management, how design and delivery should be approached and executed.
    Key Takeaways 
    The opportunity to talk to industry leaders and ask questions A better understanding of procedural control of temporary works An understanding of where the industry is and where improvements can be made on construction sites, especially when it comes to temporary works How to improve communication between all parties involved with temporary works Thursday 15 April 2021, 5:00pm to 6:30pm AEST
    Engineers Australia members: FREE 
    Non-Engineers Australia members: $30


     

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