THE CONSTRUCTION (DESIGN & MANAGEMENT) (CDM) REGULATIONS 2015
THE NEW REGULATIONS HAVE BROUGHT CHANGES TO RESPONSBITILITIES OF ALL DUTY-HOLDERS INVOLVED.
ARE YOU AWARE OF YOUR LEGAL DUTIES?
The CDM Regulations were updated in 2015 to place more emphasis on the planning and management of construction projects and to integrate with other construction legislation. There have been changes to the duties of all persons involved in construction projects. Changes have also been made to the requirement for notification and to include all construction works, including those for domestic clients.
Everyone in construction needs to know the requirements of construction related health and safety regulations.
CDM 2015 with assist you to:
- Improve health and safety in your workplace.
- Focus on effective planning and management of risk
- Comply with your duties as a Client, Contractor, Principle Contractor or Principle Designer.
Learn more about what the CDM Regulations mean for you, including; the business benefits, your roles and responsibilities and practical advice.
This one-day course has been designed to cover the main points arising from CDM 2015. It will give attendees a detailed knowledge and appreciation of the various roles and responsibilities of the duty holders appointed under CDM.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE COURSE?
This course is designed for those people who require an appreciation of the requirements of the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007 such as Directors, Managers, Foremen and Supervisors who are involved with planning for health and safety during a contract.
To course aims to give delegates a working knowledge of the CDM Regulations 2015 so that they can apply them effectively throughout each stage of the construction project.
The course will be in the form of a PowerPoint presentation with syndicate exercises.
- The aims of the Regulations
- The main requirements of CDM
- The interface with other legislation
- Application, definitions and notification
- Duty holders and their responsibilities
- Documentation required.
To ensure that delegates get the most from the course there must be a minimum of 6 delegates and a maximum of 20.
All participants will receive an attendance certificate from Akeva.
The tutor for this course is the Director of Akeva Safety Solutions Ltd who is a Chartered Member of the Institute of Occupations Safety and Health and is a registered member of the Association of Project Safety.