How does a company edit a project or project requirements?

Contractors in charge of projects need to maintain the competency and job role requirements that are held by the cardholders working on each project.  This article details how a Contractor In Charge of a project can add or edit project requirements.

This instruction applies to the following RIW System User Roles: 

  • Advanced Project Admin
  • Employer Admin
  • Employer Admin - No Payment
  • Network Manager
  • Project Admin

Step 1: Log in to the RIW System

Go to and login using your credentials. 

Step 2: Administration tab

Click on the Administration tab that is situated on the top of the screen.

Step 3: Project shortcut

Click on the Project shortcut.


Step 4: Project listing

A listing of all active projects will appear.  To include past (inactive) projects, tick the Show Inactive? box and click on the Search button.

The projects listed include the following details:

  • Project name
  • Network
  • Contractor in charge
  • Sites

 To edit a project, highlight the row and click on the Edit button.

Step 5: Details tab

The Details tab will appear.  Information in this tab cannot be edited by contractors.

Information in this tab can only be edited by the Network Operator or the RIW Service Desk.

Step 6: Requirements tab

Click on the Requirements tab.

Information on the competency and job requirements of cardholders to enter the project can be entered here by clicking the Add button.

Step 7: Adding Entry Rules

On the Add Entry Rules screen, specify the competency or job roles required for the project.  Please note when adding requirements that variable groups of requirements can be created where either:

  1. All of the requirements in one (or more) groups are required (using the AND operator)
  2. Only one of multiple requirements in one or more groups are required (using the OR operator)
  3. A singe group or combinations of such groups are required.

Please read the detail on the Add Entry Rules screen for further direction.

Search for each requirement in the relevant competency or job role field by starting to type in the field. In the example below, we have added a generic MTA induction as a Network based competency, and the National - Around the Track Personnel job role.


When the required competency or job role has been surfaced, click Add to add it to the requirements.  The requirements will now display on the bottom of the screen.  

When complete, click Save.

Project requirements have now been set.

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