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The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 Training Course

construction.jpgThe Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) affect every aspect of health and safety on site, for every role in the industry, not just the builder.

If you are a client, a designer, a developer, a contractor, or in a technical role - CDM affects you, so it is essential that you understand what your responsibilities are, and how your role inter-relates with every other role.

The course specifically examines the roles and responsibilities of each duty holder under the regulations, and how to ensure compliance.

Course Aim

The 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.

Who Should Attend

  • Anyone acting as a Client
  • Construction Directors, Site Managers, Foreman and Supervisors
  • Anyone responsible for health and safety on site
  • All designers and technical staff
  • Anyone currently acting as a Principle Contractor

Content of Course

The course covers:

  • The key aims of CDM 2015
  • Key duty holders responsibilities
  • CDM documentation (pre-construction information, construction phase Health and Safety plans, Health and Safety files)
  • Competence and resource assessments
  • Notifiable (F10) and Non-notifiable projects
  • The interface with other legislation

Course Objectives

By the end of the course delegates will:

  • Have on overview of the CDM 2015 Regulations
  • Be aware of the scope and nature of the duties attaching to each of the roles
  • Be able to assess the need for additional training for themselves and others for whom they are responsible

Examination Information

Delegates will be awarded a certificate of attendance on successful completion of the multiple choice assessment.

Duration of Course

Half Day - Trainer Led Learning

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