Construction Design Management Regulations 2015
Aim of the course -
To explain the duties and requirements of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) to allow the Client’s Project Managers to safely manage “construction” projects in a way that integrates ongoing and planned operational requirements.
The course will provide an overview into the roles of the Principle Contractor and how this has changed and will introduce the new role of the Principle Designer and how important this role becomes especially within the pre-construction phase of any project. The course will focus on this new role and what is expected from the Client when appointing a Principle Designer and Principle Contractor.
The course will also cover the roles other contractors and workers play within construction projects and will look at the key elements of all aspects mentioned within the regulations including Pre-construction information, the construction phase plan and the health and safety file and who holds duties within these phases of any construction project.
The course will aim to provide the trainees with the tools to manage the risks involved in any construction project and will enable duty holders to set out and take control of the risks to health and safety in any construction project.
Target delegates - Internal Project Managers, Senior F.M. personnel and H&S personnel
Duration - 1 Day in-house programme
This programme is offered with in-house delivery where we aim to incorporate your organisations policies and procedures to create a tailored, relevant course for delegates.