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Construction Design & Management (CDM)

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM) lay down specific duties for clients, designers, CDM coordinators, principle designers, contractors/self-employed persons. This Construction Design and Management course will give delegates valuable insight into the legal aspects and practical requirements for their respective role.

Suitable for:

This course is designed for anyone appointed as a key duty holder under CDM Regulations – i.e. clients, principle designers, designers, principal contractors, contractors/self-employed persons.

The course also covers the requirements for a health and safety plan, health and safety file and project notification to the HSE. It will also be of benefit to anyone requiring an overview of the Regulations

Learning Outcomes:

By the end of the course, delegates will:

  • understand the requirements of CDM
  • state duties and the key duty holders
  • state the requirements for notifying certain projects
  • compile pre-construction information
  • develop health and safety plans
  • state the requirements for health and safety file

Course Content –

  • The need for CDM and when it applies
  • Relationship with other health and safety laws
  • General management duties applying to all projects
  • Client’s duties
  • Designer’s duties
  • Principle contractor’s duties
  • Principle designer’s duties
  • Contractor’s duties
  • Pre-construction information
  • Construction phase health and safety plans
  • Health and safety files
  • Associated guidance

 

Course dates  2018 – 2019

June 2019

  • Wednesday 3rd July 2019

 

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