Managing Client - Contractor Relationships

Course Info

Length: 1 Week

Type: In Classroom

Available Dates

Venue

  • Oct-03-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Oct-03-2022

    Barcelona

  • Oct-03-2022

    Paris

  • Oct-03-2022

    Istanbul

  • Oct-10-2022

    Zurich

  • Oct-10-2022

    London

  • Oct-10-2022

    Madrid

  • Oct-10-2022

    Singapore

  • Oct-17-2022

    Dubai

  • Oct-17-2022

    Amsterdam

  • Oct-24-2022

    Istanbul

  • Oct-24-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Oct-24-2022

    Barcelona

  • Oct-24-2022

    Paris

  • Oct-24-2022

    Singapore

  • Oct-31-2022

    Amsterdam

  • Oct-31-2022

    London

  • Oct-31-2022

    Dubai

  • Oct-31-2022

    Zurich

  • Oct-31-2022

    Madrid

  • Nov-07-2022

    Dubai

  • Nov-07-2022

    London

  • Nov-07-2022

    Zurich

  • Nov-07-2022

    Singapore

  • Nov-14-2022

    Barcelona

  • Nov-14-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Nov-14-2022

    Istanbul

  • Nov-14-2022

    Madrid

  • Nov-14-2022

    Paris

  • Nov-14-2022

    Amsterdam

  • Nov-21-2022

    London

  • Nov-21-2022

    Zurich

  • Nov-28-2022

    Singapore

  • Nov-28-2022

    Amsterdam

  • Nov-28-2022

    Dubai

  • Nov-28-2022

    Madrid

  • Nov-28-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Nov-28-2022

    Paris

  • Nov-28-2022

    Barcelona

  • Nov-28-2022

    Istanbul

  • Dec-05-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Dec-05-2022

    Barcelona

  • Dec-05-2022

    Istanbul

  • Dec-05-2022

    Paris

  • Dec-05-2022

    Madrid

  • Dec-05-2022

    Amsterdam

  • Dec-12-2022

    London

  • Dec-12-2022

    Dubai

  • Dec-12-2022

    Zurich

  • Dec-12-2022

    Singapore

  • Dec-19-2022

    Kuala Lumpur

  • Dec-19-2022

    Madrid

  • Dec-19-2022

    Barcelona

  • Dec-19-2022

    Paris

  • Dec-19-2022

    Istanbul

  • Dec-26-2022

    London

  • Dec-26-2022

    Amsterdam

  • Dec-26-2022

    Zurich

  • Dec-26-2022

    Singapore

  • Dec-26-2022

    Dubai

Course Details

Course Outline

5 days course

 

What is health and safety and why manage it?

 

  • Legal considerations.
  • Moral considerations.
  • Financial considerations.
  • Business considerations.

 

UK legislation

 

  • Civil liabilities and law.
  • Duty of care.
 
Common law
Syndicate exercise
The CDM Regulations

 

 

  • Application.
  • Identification of duty holders.
  • Competence.
  • Designers/ architects.
  • Main contractor.
  • Planning supervisor.
  • Health and safety plan.
  • General contents.
  • Pre-tender.
  • Construction phase.
  • Health and Safety File.
  • Format.
  • Content.
  • Link to contract documents.
  • Ongoing use and integration.
  • Duty holders’ roles and responsibilities.
  • Information and training.
  • Competence.
  • Communication and cooperation.
  • Exclusion of civil liabilities.

 

Successful health and safety management (HSG65)

 

  • Policy statement.
  • Organisation.
  • Arrangements.
  • Implementation.
  • Monitoring.
  • Review.
  • Audit.
  • Application to CDM.
 
Individual exercise – How well do you manage contractors?
Mock assessment and feedback
Planning and pre-tender
Risk assessment:
 
  • Hazards.
  • Risk.
  • Evaluation of risks.
  • Hierarchy of controls.
 
Syndicate exercise – Identifying hazards, assessing risk and introducing controls
Permit to work

 

  • Introduction.
  • Description.
  • Requirements.
  • Activities requiring a permit to work.
  • The system principles.
  • Selection of contractors.
  • Selecting a competent contractor and building a checklist.
  • Syndicate exercise – Producing a reasonable enquiries checklist.
  • Method statements and safe systems of work.
  • Evaluation.
  • Syndicate exercise – Using risk assessments to produce method statements.
  • Contractors on site.
  • Induction.
  • Controls.
  • Arrangements.
  • De-briefs.
  • Syndicate exercise – Induction checklist.
  • Emergencies on site.
  • What can go wrong.
  • Planning and being prepared.
  • Carrying out simulated exercises.
  • Syndicate exercise – Considering emergency arrangements and planning.
  • Monitoring.
  • Setting of projects.
  • Final assessment.
  • Summary and close.