CDM Regs for Designers
The new, Construction Design Management (CDM) Regulations Part 4 came into force on the 6th of April 2007. They revised and brought together the existing CDM Regulations of 1994 and the Construction (Health Safety and Welfare) (CHSW) Regulations 1996, into a single regulatory package. These CDM Regulations include new amendments and impose increased duties on clients, designers, consultants and contractors. This short online CPD training course will outline the legal framework under Construction Design Management and describe its practical application specifically in relation to designers.
Construction Design Management Regulations 2004 Aims
This short online CPD course will outline the key requirements of the designer. The main areas covered in the training course are:
- Overview of CDM 2007
- The designer: who is a designer under CDM?
- Designer duties (and how these link to others)
- Key points on the project timeline
- Pre-qualification and competence
- Co-ordination of sub-contractors/consultants
- Design Risk Management: hazard elimination & risk reduction (examples)
- Design Risk Management: provision of information (examples)
- Additional requirements for notifiable projects
The course documents also include details of further reading materials.
Speaker: Billy Hare
CPD Certificate: 1 hour 30