The programme will be of benefit to anyone involved in the management of construction or those who engage others to carryout construction work or projects on their behalf. The course will update attendees on the principle changes to the regulations. This course will also be of benefit to those who are new to CDM requiring an introduction to the CDM 2015 Regulations.
HSE’s aims and objectives for the new CDM regulations 2015, including the reasons for the revised regulations
Fundamental differences between the 2007 & 2015 Regulations
Key elements to securing construction health and safety
Definitions, and the application of the regulations
Thresholds of notifiable and non-notifiable projects
Regulatory requirements applying to all construction activities and the of responsibilities of relevant duty holders
Additional requirements relating to notifiable duties and responsibilities of relevant duty holders
Key documentation associated with the CDM Regulations 2015
Role specific guidance documents
HSE Red, Amber, Green Lists
Did You Know?
The largest shake up of the Construction Design Management (CDM) Regulations since 2007 came into force on the 6th April 2015 across the industry.