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Technical Requirements for Amusement Rides

Event code 80070


OVERVIEW
Amusement ride inspections play a critical role in developing, maintaining, and conducting regular safety checks on the amusement rides to ensure the rides are safe for public rides.

OBJECTIVES
The course aims to provide an understanding of the general technical aspects of amusement rides including standards requirements, fundamental engineering concepts, operational risk assessment. This course also provides guidance on how to prepare and review a comprehensive Amusement Rides Safety Management System. 

At the end of the course, participants will be able to:
• describe the various Rides Standards and Non-destructive Testing Standards
• explain the differences between statics and dynamics in mechanics fundamentals
• select the appropriate fastening devices and welding requirements
• compute an operational risk assessment
• prepare a comprehensive report in Amusement Rides Safety Management System

COURSE OUTLINE
• Overview of the types of Rides Standards
• Mechanics Fundamentals: Statics and Dynamics
• Amusement Rides Fastening Devices
• Welding Requirements
• Electrical Theory
• Electrical Machines
• Non-Destructive Testing Standards
• Risk Assessment
• Amusement Rides Safety Management System

SPEAKERS
Speakers from BCA and industry experts in amusement rides engineering, including:
• Er. Hashim Bin Mansoor, Director, Engineering and Technology Department, BCA
• Er. Tan Kee Chong, Director, Investigation and Enforcement Department, BCA
• Er. Chan Chee Kong, Director, NEXCO Enterprise
• Er. S. Yogeeswaran, Managing Director, CASY Consultancy Services
• Er. Lee Soo Hui, Winson, Principal, WL Engineering & Inspection Services
• Er. Siew Seng Yeow, Senior Engineer, Engineering and Technology Department, BCA
• Er. Chee Yao Hui, Senior Engineer, Engineering and Technology Department, BCA
• Er. Wang Yu, Senior Engineer, Investigation and Enforcement Department, BCA
• Mr. Rayner Tan Peng Chuan, Senior Engineer, Regulation & Process Transformation Department, BCA
• Er. Shawn, Senior Engineer, Engineering and Technology Department, BCA

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Existing and potential Ride Managers, Engineers, Supervisors and Technicians working in the amusement rides sub sector. Other professionals who wish to gain knowledge on amusement rides safety guidelines and requirements are welcome to attend.

DETAILS
Date: To be confirmed
Time: 9.00am to 5.30pm
Duration: 3 days Venue: BCA Braddell Campus

Practical Training
Date: To be confirmed
Time: 9.00am to 12.30pm
Venue: To be confirmed

Course Assessment
Date: 22 February 2024
Time: 9.00am to 10.00am
Delivery Mode: Online Assessment via BCAA Learning Management System (LMS)

Fee (incl of 9% GST): S$662.15
In keeping with our green and sustainable practices, course notes will be available in e-format.

ASSESSMENT & AWARD
An e-Certificate of Successful Completion (e-CSC) will be issued to participants who meet the class attendance and passed the online assessment.

REGISTRATION
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CPD POINTS
Subject to award from PEB.
To check for CPD point eligibility, please CLICK HERE

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