2Formal points
Design Delivery and Construction Phase Services
Practice Management and Professional Conduct

CPD – Updated WH&S Kit

2Formal points
Design Delivery and Construction Phase Services, Practice Management and Professional Conduct

The ArchiTeam Work Health & Safety (WHS) Kit has been reviewed and redone to provide members a tool to use within your practices and to provide the supplementary information needed to submit for preferred suppliers lists and tender/RFI submissions to councils and government. The WHS Kit can also be used to express a practices’ health and safety expectations and assists the practice to achieve better health & safety results.

This session with the developer of the kit will take us through the Kit and how to implement it in your office and how to use it to benefit your practice.



  • Noel Jenkins, Director FJP Safety Advisors



Practice Management – the holistic understanding and organisation of the business and profession of architecture in relation to delivering projects. It involves the knowledge and execution of the processes involved in providing architectural services; the knowledge and implementation of appropriate systems to establish and maintain an architectural practice; and the knowledge and enactment of the broad range of ethical and legal obligations required of a Professional Practitioner.

Project delivery – The proficient, timely and cost-effective completion of an architectural project through all design and construction phases. Project Delivery must take into account the range of contractual obligations carried by architects, clients, consultants and contractors. Project Delivery involves the evaluation and implementation of procurement systems as well as appropriate contractual administration systems. The establishment and operation of project teams as well as formalising of project agreements (such as with client, team/s and contractor) is critical to competent project delivery.