In the final series, we will be bringing to you new content and updates on the latest authorities’ requirements and how you can make use of exciting new technologies to meet the restart criteria.
We are just days away from construction restart! Construction businesses across the country are eager to get back to work as soon as the remaining freezes on construction projects are lifted. But restarting a project after a coronavirus-induced shutdown isn’t as simple as what you may think. With the increasing number of people and foreign workers from dormitories being affected, this has directly impacted the construction industry in many ways, making it difficult for us to go back to normal even after the COVID-19 circuit breaker ends.
Since the circuit breaker period began on 7 April 2020, 95% of most construction work has been suspended. From 2 June 2020, BCA will gradually allow more construction projects to resume but with strict measures imposed, and companies will be pushed to accept a “New Normal”. All works will require approval from BCA before they can restart, and migrant workers in the construction industry must be tested before they are allowed to return to work. In addition, construction projects must put in place adequate safe management measures and meet the 3 COVID-Safe restart criteria before projects are allowed to restart.
This final series of the ‘Beyond Circuit Breaker: Changing The Way We Work’ webinar talks about what’s to come after the circuit breaker is lifted and how companies can use technologies to help meet the new authorities’ measures. Where are we today and where might we be heading to? Are you ready for change? Attend this webinar to get up to date with the latest authorities’ requirements and gear up for what’s to come!
Duration: 1 hour
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28th May 2020, Thursday
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