Construction Safety webinar “Future of Construction"

SCAL Academy 6-Apr-2022

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[Webinar] Construction Safety webinarFuture of Construction”
Date: 6 April 2022, Wednesday
Time: 2.00pm – 4.30pm
Webinar Fee (inclusive of 7% GST): SCAL/SLOTS member: $60 | CIJC member: $70 | Non-member: $80
Venue: Online via Zoom
Registration link: https://scal-academy.com.sg/courses/course_detail/184/2251

Today’s construction industry has evolved under the digitalisation pillar of the Construction Industry Transformation Map (ITM), with increasing adoption of smart technologies and digitalisation of construction work processes to shape the future of our Built Environment towards a sustainable and resilient environment.

Through the Construction Safety Webinar “Future of Construction” organised by SCAL with the support of IMDA, MOM and WSHI, our panel of speakers comprising representatives from the agencies and industry practitioners will share on the strategies, innovation programmes and their experience in the journey of digitalisation.  Technology solution providers will also be sharing their ‘ready-to-go solutions’ and how adopting these technology solutions can help to transform the way we work.

Join us in this webinar to find out more how your company can jumpstart digitalisation through the innovation programmes and ‘ready-to-go solutions’.

The “Future of Construction” webinar will feature:
  1. Panel Discussion “Outlook: 2022 and Beyond” - moderated by SCAL with panellists from IMDA, MOM, WSHI and stakeholders from the Built Environment
  1. Tech Showcase - Featuring tech companies with solutions for building defect identification and management, remote site inspection and monitoring, and integrated worksite management.
  1. Co-Creation Opportunities - Featuring two winners of the OIP (Open Innovation Platform) to develop tech solutions that can detect unsafe conditions and unsafe behaviour to prevent slips, trips and falls from height accidents in the Construction sector. SCAL will take this opportunity to call for construction companies to participate as test-bedding partners in this OIP