A Guide to Construction Design and Management (CDM) Regulations 2015
The new CDM regulations require landlords and their agents to ensure that the contractors they have instructed to carry out repairs have taken the appropriate steps to protect worker safety.
This will have an impact on housing organisations and local authorities as well as property managers as failure to address the legislative requirements effectively may result in responsibility for accidents falling to your organisation.
Improving safety on building and construction projects
The Nuts & Bolts course A Guide to Construction Design Management (CDM) Regulations 2015 will provide a detailed overview of the regulations to help you and your staff take the steps required for compliance. Participants will learn about:
An overview of the CDM Regulations 2015
Legal responsibilities on the duty holders
Health and safety responsibilities and roles of all the duty holders
Health and safety requirements on construction sites
Required documentation for compliance
The role of the Health & Safety Executive (HSE)
New roles created and their impact on clients, principal designer, lead contractors and staff, existing CDM coordinators
Managing the transition including the roles of the HSE in enforcement, prohibition and risk management, industry changes HSE would like to see
Who is it for?
This course is suitable for property managers, housing officers, asset managers (new builds and refurbishments) and anyone with an interest in or responsibility for health and safety. Ideally attendees will have some knowledge of the existing CDM regulations.
When and where are our courses held?
If you have eight or more participants our highly experienced tutors will come to your workplace to deliver any of our courses. For organisations with fewer than eight participants we run public courses on various dates throughout the year.
Click here to register on our next public Guide to Construction Design Management (CDM) Regulations 2015 course. All public courses are held at the Institute of Arbitrators, 12 Bloomsbury Square, London, WC1A 2LP.