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The ACHASM Client Leadership Forum

The “ACHASM” Client Leadership Forum” [ACLF] is the only Association dedicated to supporting both private and public sector customers of construction.

The ACLF supports all clients, regardless of their core business activity, by promoting construction health and safety best practice for construction procurement and ultimately an improved built asset.

Of equal importance, ACHASM has a significant Built Environment Professional representational role with recognised voluntary associations and councils being:

ACPM (Association of Construction Project Managers)
ASAQS (Association of South African Quantity Surveyors)
CESA (Consulting Engineers South Africa)
ILASA (Institute for Landscape Architecture in South Africa)
SABTACO (South African Black Technical and Allied Careers Organisation)
SAIA (South African Institute of Architects)
SACPCMP (South African Council For The Project and Construction Management Professions)
which provides Construction Clients with a credible platform to voice their concerns.

As a forum we will/be:

  • A voice for all Construction Clients
  • Provide opportunities for Construction Clients to network and share Construction OHS Best Practice
  • Provide regional Construction Client events
  • Offer opportunities for Construction Client OHS training and development
  • Provide guidance and disseminate Construction Client OHS Best Practice

“As Construction Client YOU have the POWER to ensure a sustainable development”

Designing for Construction Health and Safety (H&S) Seminar

[Title]Bloemfontein
Tuesday 13 March 2018

THE NEED FOR THE SEMINAR

In terms of ‘Structures 6(1)’, the Construction Regulations require a range of health and safety (H&S) interventions by designers. Furthermore, there is a need in South Africa for holistically educated clients, project managers, architects, engineers, interior designers, landscape architects, quantity surveyors, construction managers, and construction H&S consultants. Currently, most tertiary built environment programmes, particularly designer related, do not address construction H&S, and if so, then to a limited or cursory extent.In terms of ‘Structures 6(1)’, the Construction Regulations require a range of health and safety (H&S) interventions by designers. Furthermore, there is a need in South Africa for holistically educated clients, project managers, architects, engineers, interior designers, landscape architects, quantity surveyors, construction managers, and construction H&S consultants. Currently, most tertiary built environment programmes, particularly designer related, do not address construction H&S, and if so, then to a limited or cursory extent.

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Posted by Jackie Fort on Wednesday, February 14, 2018 Views: 66