APS Management of Pre-Construction Health and Safety
The Management of Pre-Construction Health and Safety
This three day course provides a comprehensive overview of the roles and responsibilities of CDM 2015. It highlights the importance of the principles of prevention and the requirement for cooperation and coordination in the management of health and safety.
This course provides practical underpinning knowledge to illustrate CDM2015 principles and practical / legal implications. It will be of interest to Clients, Principal Designers, Designers, Contractors and Principal Contractors and those seeking to act in an advisory role.
This course is aimed at those persons who will be performing the duties of the Principal Designer on behalf of their employer, who has been appointed to this role by the Client. It provides knowledge on the requirements, methods that could be used to achieve these requirements and the personal qualities necessary. The course also provides for the additional services that could be offered by the Principal Designer, or as a separate commission, for advising and assisting the client with the Client’s duties.
On completion of the course, delegates should:
understand the principal designer’s duties under the CDM regulations 2015;
know how to ensure effectively cooperation, coordination and communication during the design;
be familiar and confident in the supply of information and production of evidence; and
be able to advise and assist the client with the client’s duties.