CDM 2015 Update

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Forget boring health and safety training! We deliver courses that are engaging, effective and lively, but above all we give you choice. Accredited courses or bespoke training – it’s for you to choose. We can come to you or you can come  to our modern training centre on the Kent Science Park in Sittingboune. Whatever you need, we will deliver it with efficiency and style.

CDM 2015 - update

This one day course is suitable for those who are already familiar with the requirements of CDM 2007 and need to know what the changes in the new Regulations will mean for their construction projects.

 

Course outline

  • The demise of the CDM Co-ordinator and the introduction of the Principal Designer
  • Who can be a Principal Designer
  • Competence requirements
  • Duties - planning, managing and monitoring the pre-construction phase,

controlling risks

  • Assisting the Client on controlling risks, commissioning and handover
  • Changes to the Client's role
  • Duties for managing projects - the 'Client Brief'
  • Documents
  • The domestic client
  • New duties and lik…

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Forget boring health and safety training! We deliver courses that are engaging, effective and lively, but above all we give you choice. Accredited courses or bespoke training – it’s for you to choose. We can come to you or you can come  to our modern training centre on the Kent Science Park in Sittingboune. Whatever you need, we will deliver it with efficiency and style.

CDM 2015 - update

This one day course is suitable for those who are already familiar with the requirements of CDM 2007 and need to know what the changes in the new Regulations will mean for their construction projects.

 

Course outline

  • The demise of the CDM Co-ordinator and the introduction of the Principal Designer
  • Who can be a Principal Designer
  • Competence requirements
  • Duties - planning, managing and monitoring the pre-construction phase,

controlling risks

  • Assisting the Client on controlling risks, commissioning and handover
  • Changes to the Client's role
  • Duties for managing projects - the 'Client Brief'
  • Documents
  • The domestic client
  • New duties and likely implications for other duty holders
  • Revised notification requirements
  • The new approach to competence
  • Less paper, more capability and experience
  • Assessing competence of appointees

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  • Construction phase health and safety plans
  • Content, responsibilities of all duty holders
  • Contractors' duties
  • Transitional provisions

The course will use practical examples and workshops to clarify what the new Regulations will mean in practice. 

All delegates will receive a certificate of attendance. In-house courses can be assessed if required and certificates of achievement issued to successful delegates.

We strongly recommend that students who do not have English as their first language have an ESOL Level III certificate.

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