Temporary Works Co-ordinator – Synergie Training

Temporary Works Co-ordinator – Synergie Training

Description

This course is for those on site with responsibility for managing all forms of temporary works. It is designed to give confidence to senior management and those who engage with contractors, that candidates have reached an assessed standard of knowledge. Candidates must have experience in being responsible for managing all forms of temporary works and a good understanding of spoken and written English

Course Content

A brief overview of temporary works and their function

Why temporary works is important:
• Safety Critical: legal requirements
• Business Critical

Roles:
• Client, Contractors, Designers (permanent works and temporary works), CDM-Cs, APs, TWCs, TWSs, DI
• Contract and statute

Background:
– Bragg
– BS5975:2008 +A1:2011 Overview
– Other relevant codes
– Case examples of failure

Statutory aspects to temporary works:
Regulations – CDM (including Part iv), WAH, PUWER, LOLER

Statutory aspects of:
– Inspections
– Stability (above and below ground)
– Design (scaffold)

Avoiding Failure:
People, Process and Product (the 3Ps)

People
– Competence (corporate and individual)

Process
– Clarity of responsibility
– Procurement
– identifying site-wide issues and planning ahead
– Design and checks
– Installation
– Use
– Maintenance
– Dismantling

Product
– Standard Solutions
– Condition
– Sourcing

Role of the TWC – (source: BS5975):

Basis of good management
Administration: benefit of good temporary works systems
The Register
Key aspects of different temporary works type’s e.g.

Excavations
Falsework
Formwork
Earthwork
Working Platforms & Haul Roads
Cranes (Tower, Crawler & Mobile)
Scaffolding
Pressure Testing
Site Establishment
Demolition
Examination

Course Review / Closure