An understanding of the CDM 2015 Regulation
The new Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 came into force on 6th April 2015. These changes represent a significant change in the way that health and safety is managed in the construction industry. The key changes that will be covered in our training are:
- CDM Coordinator role replaced by a ‘Principal Designer’.
- Client duties strengthened.
- Client’s “key project advisor” role removed.
- Principal Designer and Principal Contractor required for all projects with more than one “trade” Contractor on site.
- Construction Phase Plan is required for all projects.
- Notification (Threshold).
- ‘Explicit competence’ requirements removed.
- Duties to be applicable to domestic projects.
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 places legal duties for those involved in construction projects. These duties will be explained in our training in 6 modules as shown below:
- The Role of the Client:
The roles and responsibilities allocated to clients under CDM regulations
- Role of the Principal Designer:
Which responsibilities the principle designers have under the CDM regulations
- Role of the Designer:
The roles and responsibilities of designers under CDM regulations
- Role of the Principal Contractor:
What responsibilities belong to the principal contractor under CDM regulations
- Role of the Contractors:
What roles and responsibilities belong to the contractors under CDM regulations
- Role of the Workers:
The roles and responsibilities of workers under the CDM regulations
If you are interested you can contact us either by telephone or by email.
Phone: 029 21 156 603 or Free phone: 0800 848 8117
Cost: £250 per candidate
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