Fundamentals of CDM Regulations 2015
Next Available Dates
21st March 2023
6th April 2023
12th September 2023
19th December 2023
Learn what your organisation and others who maybe legal duty holders require to demonstrate and ensure are in place to comply with CDM regulations to help manage risk, improve delivery and productivity, and mitigate any additional project and organisation costs.
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The Construction Design and Management (CDM) Regulations 2015 impose legal duties on all parties involved in any Construction work from a multi-million pound project down to the alterations, fit-outs, maintenance and replacement of parts of a structure to domestic work. As such, it is essential for all parties to be able to do what is required to comply with these regulations.
The Fundamentals of CDM Regulations 2015 provides delegates with a clear understanding of the purpose and benefits of applying the CDM Regulations 2015 for any construction works, and the importance of procurement, management arrangements, design risk management and information flow during the project lifecycle stages. The course also covers who is accountable, responsible and required to be consulted and informed through the project lifecycle. This includes who should be appointed and when to who should be doing, what, when and how.
The session will be highly interactive with discussion points, syndicate exercises and a short end of course assessment to help you clarify what relevant duty holders are required to demonstrate. At the end of the day, you will have a clearer understanding of this important health and safety legislation, how it affects you, and what can be done to meet the requirements.
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By the end of the course you will be able to:
- Identify when and where the CDM Regulations apply.
- Identify the relevant duty-holders.
- Define the duties imposed on each duty-holder.
- Assess the impact these duties have on you and your company’s operation.
- Identify practical techniques to meet relevant Client, Designer, Principal Designer, Principal Contractor and Contractor duties and requirements.
The course will cover:
- The overall general health and safety legal framework related to construction work
- The Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015
- The duties of Clients for Construction work
- The duties of Designers and Principal Designers
- The duties of Principal Contractors and Contractors
This course has been specifically designed for project sponsors, directors, procurement or project or programme or construction managers, principals or supervisors of any organisation involved in the procurement and delivery of construction work, whether they are the Client, Designers, Contractors that undertakes any building, civil engineering, building services, asset or property maintenance, demolition works etc.
There is no formal assessment for this course. You will receive a certificate of Attendance.
Quality and Health and Safety
MSc, BEng (Hons), FCIOB, CFIOSH, FIIRSM, FaPS, CIWFM, PIEMA, MInstRE
Experienced and qualified mechanical engineer and construction manager etc with a master’s in general engineering.
Previously Technical Director and Partner, incl. Head of H&S /Compliance for various organisations for Lend Lease, Vinci, Land & Marine, Rider Levitt Bucknall and Arcadis incl. DWP, as National EHS Manager for Jobcentre Plus Programme. Served as a Regular Military Engineer & Head of SHEF & Tutor for the Royal Engineers Reserves.
Developed and delivered bespoke and accredited Designer, Principal Designer and Contractor training, including CITBs SMSTS and Achieving Behavioural Change courses.
Has been proactive with the HSE on best practice initiatives within the construction industry via CONIAC/CONIAN working groups and active on the HSE’s BIM4 Working Group, incl. 4D Planning workshops, incl. various professional working bodies/groups on the CDM, TWf and new the building safety legislation, integrated gateways and worker engagement research reports. Key speaker on Design for Safety & Digital incl. master class for IOSH & Ministry of Manpower (MoM) at the Design for Safety (DfS) conference in Singapore and a Webinar on DfS for CIC HK. Delivering Design Risk Management (DRM) Workshops for APS & IIRSM. Currently chair of CIOB’s Health, Safety & Wellbeing Advisory Group.
Author for various CIOB CM, APS, ROSPA, IOSH articles on BIM, CDM and occupational health dust reduction at source, incl. APS Practice Note on Surveys, co-author for a OH&S case study published by IOSH for the policy & practice journal and APS Practice Note on Design Risk Management.
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