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TRAINING + SEMINARS

Personalised training and skills transfer which is customised to suit the individual needs of the client’s workforce and key personnel is a key service we provide.

FCM also delivers quality industry training courses and information seminars covering issues and topics relevant to our clients in the building and construction industry.

In providing the above services we work on clients’ sites and their offices to provide tailored skills training in key areas to improve their business performance and compliance.


RECENT WORKSHOP

Procument to Completion: Managing Project Safety

Wednesday, 22 October 2014
Canberra Rex Hotel, 150 Northbourne Avenue, Braddon, ACT

2014 has seen the first WHS prosecution of an organisation and an officer for allegedly failing to exercise due diligence or to provide safe work systems. There are also several high profile construction-related death cases currently the subject of legal proceedings

This high-impact construction safety workshop covered managing project safety from all perspectives: the client’s, superintendents, principal contractor, service providers, subcontractors and suppliers across Commonwealth, State/Territory and Local Government construction and maintenance works.

Participants gained

  • An awareness of the importance of procurement in realising safer project outcomes.
  • The knowledge of best practice in delivery of safe projects
  • An understanding of due diligence and how to meet key WHS obligations
Click here to view the information flyer

PREVIOUS SEMINARS

Construction Safety Seminars 2013

Wednesday 23.10.2013

Seminar 1 – WORKING SAFELY WITH PLANT - MANAGING THE RISKS OF MOVING PLANT ON CONSTRUCTION SITES
Seminar 2 – IMPROVING SITE SAFETY – THROUGH PEOPLE: COMPETENCIES FRAMEWORK FOR SAFETY CRITICAL POSITIONS

Information Brochure

Find below questions put to presenters and their answers on key safety issues facing the industry

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‚ÄčPrevious seminar – Safety In Design seminar 2012.pdf
Previous seminar – Site Safety seminar 2010.pdf
Previous seminar – All In A Days Work 2009.pdf

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