CDM Awareness Training IIRSM Approved Ensure YOUR Projects are planned
The Construction Design and Management Regulations cover the management of health, safety and welfare when carrying out construction projects. Whatever your role in the construction industry these regulations are there to improve your health and safety.
They are intended to ensure that projects are planned and run effectively and safely right from the start.
This awareness course covers the core concepts of the regulations and details the various roles that are required for a construction project along with the key documents that need to be produced. It starts with an introduction to CDM, then covers some of the parameters that need to be checked when a project is being planned. It finishes by detailing a number of example projects that illustrate how the regulations can be applied.
CDM Awareness Training Course Covers
CDM Application and Notification
Duty Holders and Documents
Duties and Legal Documents
Example Projects and Summary
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What are CDM regulations 2020?
The current CDM regulations in 2020 apply to all construction projects – commercial or domestic. These regulations exist to ensure health and safety adherence of the overall project, including strategic planning and management of projects.
What does the CDM regulations cover?
The Construction (Design & Management) Regulations (CDM 2015) are the main set of regulations for managing the health, safety and welfare of construction projects. CDM applies to all building and construction work and includes new build, demolition, refurbishment, extensions, conversions, repair and maintenance.
Why do we need CDM Regulations?
CDM Regulations make it easier for everyone who’s working in construction to improve all aspects of health and safety by managing and being aware of identified risks from the start, using the right people for each job on-site, cooperating and coordinating work with others, and communicating effectively about the risks