The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015

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What is the Construction Design and Management Regulations (CDM)?

The Construction Design and Management Regulations (CDM) came into force the 6th April 2015, replacing the CDM Regulations issued in 2007.

Its purpose is to ensure that health and safety are considered properly and routinely in the planning and management of construction projects and to ensure that the various duties of the parties involved are clear.

In the CDM Regulations, ‘client’ is defined in a broad enough way to include both domestic and commercial clients.

What are the objectives?

A key goal of the CDM Regulations is to reduce the risk of harm to people involved in the planning, construction, use, maintenance, and demolition of structures.

The CDM Regulations provide concrete guidelines to improve health and safety in construction, including:

  • Planning the work so the risks involved are managed throughout
  • Hiring the right people for the right job at the right time
  • Working with others in cooperation and coordination
  • Being aware of the risks and how they are being managed
  • Consulting workers about risk management and how risks are managed

How can we help you?

Regardless of your role in construction, CDM Regulations 2015 training course aims to improve health and safety by helping you:

  • Identify the CDM regulations
  • Understand roles and responsibilities of duty-holders
  • Identify how these duties affect you and your company
  • Develop practical approaches to meet the duties and requirements of clients, contractors, and designers

Through our half-day course, you will also be given the chance to discuss practical techniques to meet the duties and requirements of the regulations with our expert trainers.

Book your Construction Design Management (CDM) course now

Any questions? Contact us, we will be happy to help you:

01782 213 428

hello@apthealthandsafety.co.uk

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Kelly Raboutot

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