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Wisma IEM, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
2 & 3 December 2021
9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.
Registration Fee (inclusive of 6% SST):
IEM Member - RM780.00
Non Member - RM980.00
IEM Member - RM1,000.00
Non Member - RM1,200.00
IEM Training Academy Sdn Bhd
(Wholly-owned by The Institution of Engineers Malaysia and
formerly known as IEM Training Centre Sdn. Bhd)
PROFILE OF COURSE FACILITATOR
Ir. Harbans Singh K.S., B.E. (Mech) S’pore, LLB (Hons) London, CLP (Hons), Dip.ICArb (CIArb), P.Eng., C.Eng., MIEM, MIMechE, MIHEEM, MASHRAE, MCIArb, qualified with a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) degree from the University of Singapore. He commenced his engineering profession with JKR/PWD before joining, shortly after an international engineering consultancy practice with whom he worked six years locally and then at their headquarters in Koblenz, West Germany.
Ir. Harbans Singh is a registered Professional Engineer and Chartered Engineer, Mediator/Conciliator, Adjudicator and Arbitrator. In addition to his engineering qualifications, he holds an LLB (Hons.) from the University of London and has been called to the Malayan Bar as an Advocate and Solicitor. To this effect, he has actively and successfully serviced bodies such as Association of Consulting Engineers Malaysia (ACEM), Board of Engineers Malaysia (LJM), The Institution Of Engineers, Malaysia (IEM), Ministry of Development Brunei and a host of private engineering firms and organizations. He is also the author of a number of books on Construction Law.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Engineers, Architects, Quantity Surveyors, Project Managers, Contractors, Sub-Contractors, Suppliers, Developers, Statutory/Local Authorities, Technical Assistants, Clerk-of-Works, and individuals whose responsibilities require them to deal one way or another with Engineering Construction related Contracts.
- To familiarize participants with the various types of Construction/Engineering Contracts Procurement Methods used.
- To understand the rights and duties of the various parties under the contract especially the Main and Sub-Contractors.
- To learn all aspects of administering the contract from commencement up to the issue of the Final Certificate.
- To acquaint with the practical issues involved in the day-to-day running of a contract.
- To arm yourself with effective ways of managing time and cost related claims
- To have a thorough understanding of the various means of avoiding delays, disputes and cost overruns.
COURSE SCHEDULE & OUTLINE
1. CONSTRUCTION/ENGINEERING CONTRACTS
Types of Contracts | Parties to a Contract | Elements of Contract Documents | Common Conditions of Contract | Remedies for Breach | Contract Formation & Documentation
2. COMMENCEMENT OF CONTRACT AT SITE
Formalities – Insurance, Performance Bond. Etc | Site Possession – Meaning and Effect | Documentation – Construction Drawings, B.Q. | Temporary Works | Issues for Attendance of NSCs
3. MONITORING OF WORK PROGRESS
Programming of Works | Progress Reports | Site Records | Progress Meetings/Site Meetings/NSC \ Coordinating Meetings
4. SUPERVISION OF WORKS
Purpose | Parties Responsible | Methods | Responsibility and Liability | Role of Resident Staff
Advance Payment | Interim/Progress Payment | Final Payment | Application | Valuation | Certification | Payment to Sub-Contractors
Types, Nature | Procedure/Formalities | Valuation | Limits and Effect on Contract | Position of Sub-Contractors
7. DELAY AND EXTENSION OF TIME
Relevant Contractual Provisions | Procedure/Formalities | Application | Evaluation |Position of Sub-Contractors
8. SUSPENSION & DETERMINATION
By Employer | By Contractor | Procedure following Determination | Position of Sub-Contractors
Meaning | Procedure | Effects of Completion | Position of Sub-Contractors
10. HANDOVER REQUIREMENTS
Testing and Commission | Training of Operations and Maintenance Personnel | Handover of Tools, Spares, etc. | Effect of Failure
11. DEFECTS RECTIFICATION
Types of Defects | Procedure for Reporting | Rectification of Defects | Effects of Non-Rectification | Certificate of Making Good of Defects | Final Handover
12. SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE
Nature | Purpose | Frequency | Procedure for Monitoring | Failure to Perform
13. “AS-BUILT” DOCUMENTS
Timing for Submission | Responsibility for Accuracy | ‘As-Built’ Drawings | Operation and Maintenance Manuals Updates
14. FINAL ACCOUNT/CERTIFICATE
Relevant Contractual Provisions | Contractor’s Duties | Procedure | Effect | Position of Sub-Contractors
Terms & Conditions:
IEMTC reserves the right to postpone, reschedule, allocate or cancel the course. Full refund less 30% if cancellation is received in writing more than 7 days before the start of the event. No cancellation will be accepted prior to the date of the event. However, replacement or substitute may be made at any time with prior notification and substitute will be charged according to membership status.