On 7 October, the training: “Requirements for reinforced concrete elements. Standards for reinforced concrete elements: principles, requirements, changes in standards” will be held at Ülemiste Hotel in Tallinn, Lennujaama tee 2, from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The training day will be useful for the manufacturers, technical designers, assembly workers and inspection officials of concrete works. Participants are provided an overview of European standards on concrete elements; which requirements established for concrete elements are often not followed and what has changed in this area lately.

09:15 Registration
09:30 Enno Rebane,, the ACMPE
Overview of standards for reinforced concrete elements, general principles and requirements for standardisation
10:00 Toomas Laur, Certification Centre of the Tallinn University of Technology
EVS-EN 13369:2006 Common rules for precast concrete products; EVS-EN 13670:2010 Execution of concrete constructions; about the requirements, standards and differences in the export of concrete elements.

Coffee break around 11 a.m.
12:15 Vello Otsmaa, docent at the Tallinn University of Technology
Reinforced concrete elements, standard EVS-EN 1168:2006+A2:2009 Hollow core slabs
13:00 End of the training

Participants will receive training points from the Estonian Civil Engineers Association.

The registration form can be found here. Please send the form by 24 September 2010 at the latest. to the e-mail address: betoon@betoon.org or fax 648 9062.
The attendance fee is EEK 750; for the members of the Concrete Association of Estonia EEK 400. The attendance fee includes participation in the seminar, seminar materials, and a coffee break.
After the registration, the CAE will send a confirmation together with an electronic invoice.
Additional information: telephone 648 1918, fax 648 9062 http://www.betoon.org/