The use of temporary works on a construction project greatly increases the WHS risks involved, where failures are often significant events. This webinar will equip participants with an understanding of current design requirements of temporary works by Australian Standards, and what other local guidelines exist for various forms of temporary works.
This course will familiarise participants with some of the lesser-known international guidelines for various forms of temporary works, and will provide a list of resources that can be found online and via multiple platforms.
We'll cover certain types and forms of temporary works in detail, such as hoardings, formwork, tower cranes, precast panel installation and many others. Design considerations and common pitfalls will be covered to ensure designers are equipped with the necessary knowledge to design simple forms of these structures.
This course will provide attendees with an understanding of the design principles for certain forms of temporary works, how to consider them when designing permanent works and where common pitfalls are.
This webinar was recorded and is available to watch through Engineers Australia’s new online streaming platform, EA On Demand.
We can customise this course for groups of six or more.
You choose the time, place, duration and format.
Find out how we can help you and your team by clicking on the button below to request a quote or calling us directly on +61 3 9321 1700.
- Have a better understanding of the need for collaboration between the permanent works and temporary works design.
- Will get a better appreciation of how temporary works design impacts the build of permanent works.
- Be able to broaden their knowledge about the design of certain forms of temporary works.
- Be provided with further study/reading alternatives on certain topics.
- Go through a demonstration of how sites are set up, what key forms of temporary works are considered, and how they are designed.
Is this course for you?
This webinar is ideal for structural, civil and geotechnical engineers and project managers with the following job roles:
- Site Engineers
- Temporary Works Engineers
- Method Engineers
- Other Consulting Engineers
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics we'll cover
- Design requirements for temporary works based on Australian Standards
- Establishment of design principles
- Design of various forms of temporary works
- Discussing gaps, pitfalls and issues
Barnabas Ilko MIEAust CPEng NER RPEQ CMEngNZ CPEng(NZ) is a Chartered Professional Engineer (AU and NZ) with post-graduation work experience gained in consulting, construction, heavy engineering, resources industry and ship building. During this time, he worked on tender phase support, through to development of detailed temporary works designs, construction staging and interpreting specifications and drawings on site with construction personnel.
During this time in the industry he worked on major infrastructure, deep basements, temporary/permanent retentions, materials placing equipment, lifting equipment, propping/shoring of various structural elements and many other temporary works items.
Through these years of experience working with contractors and stakeholders on developing safe and effective construction methodologies Barnabas learned from industry experts how to identify temporary works, risks associated with them and how to mitigate/manage them.
Delivered via Webinar
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Webinar platform - Zoom
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