DBYD Damage Investigation

Thursday, 14 October 2021,  1:00 -  3:00
Location* Online
Contact* Otre Moussa, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
EVENT DETAILS


The coupon CSIS-35 can be used for a discount of 35% on the below session.

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The teachings and learnings are extracted from:

  • Onsite investigation of damages
  • International engagements
  • Expert witness reports
  • Court cases involvement & attendance
  • Employment at the One Call service (DBYD)
  • Thousands of presentations delivered
  • Hundreds of forums attended
  • Employment at the biggest utility (Telstra)

Underground assets strike occurs on a daily basis across Australia. The need to properly investigate the incident in a timely manner is critical for future damage prevention, safety purposes and cost recovery.

This 1.5-hour seminar covers the basics requirements on a damaged site, which include:

  • Focus on the breach of the duty of care that resulted in the underground strike
  • The processes and procedures involved in locating and protecting the underground assets before a damage
  • The breaches of the duty of Care
  • Working Safely once an underground strike occurs
  • Involvement of the staff onsite during a damage investigation
  • Three main pillars of underground damage investigation that is common to all damage locations.

At the end of the Damage Investigation presentation, there is an online quiz. Once the quiz is completed, a certificate of attendance will be sent to each attendee.

The Damage Investigation Presentation is a 2hr course. This is a high level course that has been presented live in USA, Europe, UK, Middle East and NZ. This is new to the Australian market. It focuses on the damages investigation and reporting of a damaged asset, with reference to the different professionals engaged on site. 

 

CPD ASSESSMENT DETAILS FOR THIS EVENT:

CODE - IS21.22c DM1

ENGINEERING - 0

MINING - 0

CAD - 0

SURVEY PRACTICE - 1.5

TOTAL POINTS - 1.5

 

Date Assessed - 30/09/2021

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