With the recent changes in the in the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations (CDM) 2015 everyone involved in Constructions needs to be aware of the changes and how it impacts on their role.
This half day course will provide an overview of the legal duties under current legislation for organisations and individuals involved in all types of construction work.
The Construction Design & Management Regulations (CDM) are the main set of regulations for managing the health, safety and welfare of construction projects. CDM applies to all building and construction work and includes new build, demolition, refurbishment, extensions, conversions, repair and maintenance.
At the end of the course delegates should be able to:
- Understand the legal requirements of CDM 2015
- Identify the roles or the client, principal contractor, principal designer, contractors and designers
- Appreciate the importance of the requirements for assessment of knowledge, skills, experience and resources
- Identify requirement for project documentation
Who is the course for?
This course is aimed at persons involved in construction work and associated sectors at all levels. It is designed to give delegates an overview of the legal framework as it relates to construction activities and also serves as a foundation for further specific training in construction. It is also suitable for any new workers within construction and associated sectors undertaking roles that are affected by CDM regulations 2015.
- CDM 2015 overview and application
- Duty holder responsibilities
- Assisting with preparation of the client brief
- Assisting with the preparation of pre-construction information
- Planning, managing and monitoring work during the pre-construction phase
- The elimination, reduction, and control of risks through design
- Health and safety file content and requirements
Summary of duties – You may be listed in here
ALL construction projects now operate under the regulations, even those for domestic clients. This is a major change from the 2007 Regulations.