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CDM Training

Need to book a  CDM Training course with CDM Advisors?

Callsafe Services Ltd provides CDM Training courses with expert CDM Training from our CDM Advisors.

Callsafe Services Ltd are acknowledged experts in construction safety and CDM Regulations, with a wealth of practical experience from many years in industry performing various CDM duty holder roles.

Our courses cover the whole range of CDM duty holders and aims to practically show delegates not only what their duties are but also how they can be carried out without overly bureaucratic paperwork systems.

Providing CDM Training by experienced CDM Trainers & CDM Advisors – based in Staffordshire covering all UK areas.

CDM 2015
With the proposed consultation over for the new CDM Regulations, Callsafe Services Ltd are already planning the CDM 2015 range of courses. These are subject to the final ratification of the new regulations, but will be rolled out well in advance of the new regulations coming into force.

CDM2015: CDM2015 Awareness (1 Day)
CDM2015: Design Risk Management and CDM2015 for Designers (2 Day)
CDM2015: Certificate in the Management of Pre-construction Health & Safety (3 Day)
CDM2015: CDM2015 Briefing (1 Day/Workshop)
CDM2015: CDM2015 Client (1 Day)
CDM2015: Designer (1 Day)
CDM2015: CDM2015 for Facilities Managers (1 Day)
CDM2015: CDM2015 Overview (1 Day)
CDM2015: Principal Contractor and Contractor (1 Day)
CDM2015: Construction Project Health and Safety Management (2 Days)

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Where we cover CDM Training

We cover:

CDM Training East Midlands by our CDM advisors

CDM Training West Midlands by our CDM advisors

CDM Training Reading by our CDM advisors

and surrounding areas within the UK

CDM for Principal Designers and Designers

This course is for those holding the role of Designer or Principal Designer under the new CDM regulations 2015.

Course attendance will ensure that Principal Designers and Designers are aware of their responsibilities under CDM 2015.

Overview:

The new CDM regulations came into force on April 6th 2015. There are several changes that will affect the duties of designers. This includes the removal of the role of CDM co-ordinator and the new role of Principal Designer. The new regulations extend the prescribed duties into more work with domestic clients.

Principal Designers will be required to co-ordinate H&S aspects of the design in the preconstruction phase and liaise with the Principal Contractor to help in the planning, monitoring and co-ordination of the construction phase.

This course will identify the new and existing requirements and the guidance you need to ensure you comply.

Course structure:

The course covers:

  • CDM 2015 overview and application
  • Duty holder responsibilities
  • Assisting with preparation of the client brief
  • Assisting with the preparation of pre-construction information
  • Planning, managing and monitoring work during the pre-construction phase
  • The elimination, reduction, and control of risks through design
  • Health and safety file content and requirements

Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 – General Awareness

With the recent changes in the in the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 everyone involved in Constructions needs to be aware of the changes and how it impacts on their role.

This one day course will provide an overview of the legal duties under current legislation for organisations and individuals involved in all types of construction work

Overview:

The Construction Design & Management Regulations (CDM) 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.

At the end of the course delegates should be able to:

  • Understand the legal requirements of CDM 2015
  • Identify the roles or the client, principal contractor, principal designer, contractors and designers
  • Appreciate the importance of the requirements for assessment of knowledge, skills, experience and resources
  • Identify requirement for project documentation

Course Structure

  • CDM 2015 overview and application
  • Duty holder responsibilities
  • Assisting with preparation of the client brief
  • Assisting with the preparation of pre-construction information
  • Planning, managing and monitoring work during the pre-construction phase
  • The elimination, reduction, and control of risks through design
  • Health and safety file content and requirements