This course is designed to provide all persons involved in construction projects, including current and potential clients, project managers, principal designers, designers, principal contractors and contractors with a broad overview on the CDM Regulations 2015. This course is accredited by the Association for Project Safety (APS).
Session 1 Introduction and Setting Course Objectives
Session 2 Legislation
History, application and definitions of CDM. CDM2015 transitional provisions. Domestic clients. Accident statistics and causations.
Session 3 Relationships between the Client, Principal Designer, Designers, Principal Contractor and Contractors
An outline of the interfaces between the parties involved in the construction process from concept to maintenance. Relationships between design, PCI, CPP & HSF.
Session 4 Client
Who is the client? Duties of the client. Evaluating competence and resources. Information to be provided by the Client. Notification to HSE.
Session 5 Principal Designer
The appointment and duties of the principal designer. Pre-Construction Information. Assessment of the design and the use of BIM. Health and Safety File. Optional assistance to the client.
Session 6 Designers
Who is the designer? The designers’ duties. An illustration of the requirements to eliminate and reduce risks by design. Information transfer and co-operation with the principal designer and other designers, etc.
Session 7 Principal Contractor
The duties of the principal contractor. Development and implementing the construction phase plan and the requirements for the health and safety file.
Session 8 Contractors
The duties of the contractors. Management, co-operation, co-ordination, communication, information and training. Summary of CDM2015, Part 4, General Requirements for all Construction Sites.
Session 9 Examination
Closed book, multi-choice examination.
Session 10 Course Review and Conclusion
Upon completion of the course, delegates should: