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Temporary Works Design - Introduction (BS 5975:2008+A1:2011)                                                                                                                                                                        

Temporary works (T.W.) are essential to the technical and financial success of construction projects. Proper selection, design and execution of the T.W. is often a key factor in both cost effectiveness and safe implementation of the system adopted.
The newly revised B.S. 5975:2008 + A1:2011 - has been extensively modified to cover the control and supervision of T.W. It is therefore important that design engineers are aware of their responsibilities under the current standards and communicate the relevant information required for successful and safe implementation of their design

Aims & Objectives:

This course aims to enable delegates to design some commonly encountered temporary works, assess the risks associated with a range of commonly encountered T.W. approaches and evaluate how site conditions can affect the loadings encountered.

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On completion of this course, delegates will be able to:

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Course Duration:

1 day (6 hrs) IPD/CPD

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This course is currently only being provided on an In-house basis but will be offered as an open course immediately sufficient numbers have registered their interest.

To register your interest go to Contact Us and fill in the email form or telephone 01446 775959

Fee:

£240 (exc. VAT)

All fees correct until end December 2015

All our courses can be offered as in-house training for further details please telephone: 01446 775959 or email: admin@symmonsmadge.co.uk

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