CDM Awareness

Course Description


CDM AwarenessThis course provides delegates with an understanding of the legal requirements of the CDM (Design and Management) Regulations and how the role of each key duty holders (clients, Principal Designer, Principal Contractor, other contractors) applies during construction projects.

Why you should attend this course


The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) came into force on 6 April 2015, replacing CDM 2007. These regulations define the management of health, safety and welfare when carrying out construction projects.

Who should attend


  • Principal Designers looking for an update
  • Site managers and agents
  • Team leaders, supervisors and chargehands
  • Sub-contractors,quantity surveyors,architects
  • Safety advisers, managers,reps and officers
  • Anyone responsible for design work under CDM

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Course Dates & Locations
Course Duration: 1 Day
Date
Location
 

10th December
2018

Holiday Inn Theatreland, Glasgow
Holiday Inn Theatreland, Glasgow Enquire <p>10th December<br />
2018</p>

23rd April

2019

Holiday Inn Theatreland, Glasgow
Holiday Inn Theatreland, Glasgow Enquire <p>23rd April</p>
<p>2019</p>

7th October

2019

Holiday Inn Theatreland, Glasgow
Holiday Inn Theatreland, Glasgow Enquire <p>7th October</p>
<p>2019</p>

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  • Understand the legal responsibilities under the CDM Regulations 2015
  • Improved project management
  • Improves cooperation teamwork and forward planning
  • Identify what information is required to form part of the health and safety plan and the health and safety file under CDM
  • 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
  • Construction Design and Management Regulations
  • Overview of client duties
  • Overview of designer duties
  • Overview of Principal Designer
  • Principal contractors duties and the Construction Phase Plan
  • Contractors duties
  • Domestic clients
  • HSE prosecutions
  • Appointment thresholds
  • A short multi-choice exam at the end of the course
  • Delegates who successfully complete the course in full will receive a Pivotal Scotland certificate of training

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