CDM Regulations Part 4 (Site Management)
This Construction Design Management (CDM) Regulations online training course will help you understand the CDM Regulations and provide training on the updated regulations that came into force in April 2007, when they were revised and brought together the existing CDM 1994 Regulations and the Construction (Health Safety and Welfare) (CHSW) Regulations 1996, into a single regulatory package. The new Regulations impose increased duties on clients, designers, consultants and contractors. These have been reflected in recent HSE prosecutions.
Site Management is Part 4 of the CDM regulations course.
CDM Regulations Part 4 training course outline
CDM Regulations 2007
- Overview of CDM 2007 & ACoP
The Principal Contractor’s responsibilities
- Plan, Manage, Monitor
- Site safety, Engaging the workforce & other CDM duties
CDM Part 4 (Site Management)
- Overview of regulations
- Examples of controls and safe systems of work
CDM Documents for Contractors
- H&S Plan, Demolition Plan, H&S File
- Current initiatives and inspection focus
- Recent prosecutions
Aims and Objectives: This short CPD course will outline the key requirements under CDM for contractors and site management. It will also update on current HSE priorities.
Construction design management regulations Certifications
Speaker: Dr Billy Hare
CPD Certificate: 1 hour 30