Supervision and Control of Road Maintenance Works

Overview

This course examines the duties and functions of a road maintenance supervisor in planning, supervising, monitoring and controlling work outputs. 

The course also examines effective review and reporting systems that can be used to measure contract results.

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Length

1 day course.

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Facilitator

Bill Evans

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Cost

$450 per person + GST

(Minimum numbers apply before a course is confirmed)

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Topics include

  • Defining performance-based project objectives
  • Legal requirements
  • Planning
  • Roles and responsibilities in contracts
  • Supervision
  • Key project management techniques
  • Use of management control tools
  • Communication and liaison
  • Programming
  • Identification of defects and maintenance needs
  • Observation and monitoring of workplace performance
  • Identification of performance indicators
  • Workplace performance analysis and review
  • Reporting
  • Measurement of contract results
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On completion of this course participants will

  • Identify the scope of responsibilities and authorisations to be met
  • Identify the project objectives and confirm requirements of site and operational activities
  • Inspect and identify defects in and maintenance needs of the roadingnetwork
  • Understand project planning targets and implement changes as required
  • Conduct ongoing monitoring and recording of on-site performance, including measurement of work output, and report on programme achievements
  • Prepare and monitor calendarised monthly/annual maintenance programme and budgets.
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Who should attend

Managers, supervisors and leading hands of contracting organisations. 

This course is also suitable for consulting engineers and local authority engineers who wish to understand how contractors achieve their programme of road maintenance work.

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