Who Should Attend :


                     REGISTERED INSPECTOR OF WORKS (BEM),

                     CONTRACTOR, DEVELOPER, SITE ENGINEER,  

        OR PARTICIPANT WHO INVOLVE IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES.

 

Working Background

CIVIL, MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL.


INVITATION FOR SEMINAR. 


We would like to invite all participant listed as above to joint our half day Seminar 
TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT IN CONSTRUCTION : 
Legal Requirements, Procedures & Implementation Issues .
The agenda information about the seminar as below:

 

Date

:

15 SEPTEMBER 2021, WEDNESDAY.

 

Time

:

9.30 AM - 12.30 NOON (HALF DAY MORNING SESSION).

 

Venue

:

ONLINE - ZOOM WEBINAR.

 

Speaker

:   

   RIDZUAN BIN ABD AZIZ                                             Diploma in Building, UiTM                                                           Bachelor In Construction Management (Hons) UiTM                   Certificate Safety and Health Officer, Niosh.

 

      Organized by   :  CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR OF WORKS ASSOCIATION MALAYSIA                  
     Target Participant                 : LIMITED TO 100 PARTICIPANTS ONLY.

     Fee Charged / Cert               : FREE TO ATTEND 
     
     Cert of Attendance               : WILL ISSUE UPON REQUEST

                               (RM 40.00 (MEMBER) / RM 80.00 (NON-MEMBER)

 

     CPD and CCD point            : WILL APPLY BY COWAM (BEM/CIDB).

     

     Last date of registration       : 08 SEPTEMBER 2021, WEDNESDAY.

 

SYNOPSIS.

TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT IN CONSTRUCTION;

                                   Legal Requirements, Procedures & Implementation issues

             Whenever work is done on or near the roadway, drivers are faced with changing and unexpected traffic conditions. These changes may be hazardous for drivers, workers, and pedestrians unless protective measures are taken.

         Drivers may not be able to differentiate between the various types of construction sites and the unexpected dangers in the work zone areas. Hence, proper traffic control measures and safety considerations are required for all types of work both on major long-term projects or minor short duration.

            Handling traffic in work zones is challenging because the work activity presents an abnormal and often disruptive environment to the motorists. Motorists accustomed to a clear, unobstructed roadway are required to recognize and avoid closed lanes, workers in or near the roadway, and a variety of fixed object hazards. Pedestrians expecting a clear, direct walking path can be faced with closed sidewalks and open trenches closer to the moving traffic. The construction activities may also present a distracting view to many motorists that can divert their attention from the driving task.

                The purpose of work zone traffic management is to provide a safe work zone for workers and to provide safe passage for motorists, pedestrians, and workers through the road works site.

            To create a safely handle traffic in work zones, the work activity and traffic management controls must be well coordinated to provide safe and smooth movement of traffic, while the work activity progresses as rapidly, safely, and efficiently as possible.

            The Traffic Management at Work Zones in Malaysia requires thorough planning and design as to ensure a high and satisfactory level of safety is provided for all road users. A well thought out Traffic Management Plan (TMP) will reduce the number and severity of accidents, slow down traffic and minimize public complaints.

            The development of work zone traffic management begins with the planning process. The overall purpose of the planning process is to select the most appropriate traffic management strategy. “Work Zone Traffic Management Strategy” is the basic scheme of moving traffic through or around a construction, or maintenance activity. The type of work zone is the most significant element of the control strategy, which are also includes length of work zone, time of work, number of lanes, width of lanes, speed control method and right-of-way control method.

  

TRAINER BACKGROUND.

                RIDZUAN ABD AZIZ is an OSH Practitioner, Trainer and Consultant with more than 15 years of experience in construction industry. He is specializing in providing training, consultancy and assessment in Safety construction, Traffic Management, OSH audits, Workplace inspection and monitoring

            Past working experiences, he used to work in several position namely Site Engineer, QAQC Engineer, Safety Officer, Safety manager, Internal Audit manager, Auditor and Assessor. Further to this, He hold several competencies such as registered Safety Officer, Construction Traffic Management Officer, CIDB SHASSIC Assessor, ISO45001 Lead Auditor and Scaffolding Inspector.

              He also obtained several trainer qualifications such as certified trainer CIDB-SICW, SHASSIC Assessor Course, CSHO Course, OSH-Coordinator and Site Safety Supervisor (SSS) Course. Currently he is appointed as inviting trainer for MARA Selangor, COWAM Malaysia and several training providers within Klang Valley.  He also appointed as Deputy Secretary in COWAM Malaysia for the session 2019-2021 term.

 

TENTATIVE PROGRAMME. 

 

TIME

 

TOPIC

 

9.00am-09.30am

Registration of participant.

9.30am-10.45am

Course introduction & Objective

Traffic Management Principles

Overview on Traffic Legislation; JKR Guidelines ATJ 2C/85 rev 2017.

10.45am-11.15am

Planning and designing traffic management schemes

Requirements of Traffic Management at Work Zone

Typical layout of Traffic Management Plan

11.15am – 12.15noon

Effective implementation of Traffic Management at work Zone

Maintenance of Traffic Control zone

Reporting and checking of work zone

12.15noon – 12.30noon

Q&A.

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