EEA Short Courses

Course Overview

We are pleased to partner with Engineering Education Australia (EEA) to deliver a number of one day short courses including Defensible Risk Management Techniques, Construction Safety Due Diligence; and Project Due Diligence: Defensible Risk Management in Construction.

Defensible Risk Management Techniques

R2A is pleased to partner with Engineering Education Australia (EEA) to present Defensible Risk Management Techniques courses.

Dates for 2016 are // 13th October (Brisbane).
Dates for 2017 are // 28th February (Melbourne).

Details on the course and enrolments are made through EEA direct.

Construction Safety Due Diligence

This one day course focuses on the application of statute law, especially the model WHS legislation and case / common law to the construction environment and includes safety-in-design concerns relating to the application of the hierarchy of controls.

Learn available safety analysis techniques, how and when they can be used and the meaning of the results.  The use and abuse of hazard based risk registers are also explored and an alternative, threat-barrier approach is described.

For further information and dates see the EEA website.

Project Due Diligence: Defensible Risk Management in Construction

Learn how to ensure that what is desired by stakeholders from the project, is delivered. This 1 day course will explain how to identify potential project ‘show stoppers’ in advance, and why the use of the risk management standard (ISO 31000) cannot, of itself, demonstrate due diligence.

The course will articulate a process which has been widely used throughout Australia to deliver projects on time, on budget and to specification, all to the satisfaction of all key stakeholders.

For further information and dates see the EEA website.

Proudly Presented in conjunction with:

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