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Temporary Works Coordination

Course Name Temporary Works Coordination
Duration 1 day
Max Number of Delegates 15
Course Fee Please call to discuss your requirements


Temporary works are an integral part of most construction and building operations and there are unique technical, legal and safety issues in respect of the planning, design and implementation of temporary works.

 

This one day course focuses on the key factors that ensure the safe design and implementation of temporary works systems. It covers the fundamental roles and responsibilities of all parties involved, together with clear and concise guidance on the practical implementation.

 

Sessions include:

  • The need for a Temporary Works Policy
  • Temporary Works and the Law
  • Role of TWC/Supervisor & TW Procedures
  • Groundworks
  • Falsework & Formwork
  • Scaffolding
  • Temporary Works Awareness

Sessions will be a mixture of lectures, discussion periods and group work.

INTENDED FOR

Engineers, project managers, designers and supervisors working for clients, consultants and contractors who need a detailed awareness of the safety and technical implications of temporary works.

OBJECTIVES

At the conclusion of the course delegates should:

  • Understand the personnel and functions involved in temporary works.
  • Appreciate the legal liabilities surrounding the duty holders.
  • Have a clear understanding of temporary works and the responsibilities they may encounter.
  • Be aware of key factors in Temporary Works Systems.
    If you would like to receive more information about this course please call a member of our training department on 01708 555544 or click here to contact us via email.

     This course can be held at our modern training room facilities for an additional fee of £100 per day.  It is the ideal solution if you are limited for space or do not have the facilities to host the course at your site or premises.  We are located in Rainham (Essex) within a few miles of the M25 and with easy access to the Dartford crossing.