course enquiry course enquiry This course has been developed to provide delegates with a good or updated knowledge of the regulations, including the roles and responsibilities of the Client, Designer, CDM Coordinator, Principal Contractor and Sub-Contractors and the contents of Health and Safety Plans and Files.

Duration: 1 day

Who should attend:
Anyone involved in the management or undertaking of construction, engineering or
building projects including:

  • Builders and contractors
  • Clients
  • Line managers
  • Supervisors
  • Architects and designers

Upon completion of the course delegates should:

  • Possess an improved knowledge of the legal requirements contained within the CDM Regulations
  • Understand the background to the regulations and the expectations of the HSE
  • Have a better understanding of the problems faced by the various parties involved in the CDM process
  • Have an appreciation of the roles and responsibilities of Clients, CDM Coordinators, Designers, Principal Contactors, Contractors and Sub-Contractors
  • Be able to develop health and safety plans and files
  • Be able to assess the competence of contractors and other parties

Course outline:

  • Background to the CDM Regulations
  • Where CDM Applies and Does Not Apply
  • Notification of CDM Projects
  • Roles and Responsibilities Under CDM:
  • The Client
  • The Designer
  • The CDM Coordinator
  • Principal Contractor
  • Contractors
  • Contents of Health and Safety Plans and File
  • Construction Site Safety Requirements
  • Company Specific Issues