The Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007
CDM2007 Senior Management Briefing
This course is designed to provide senior management of clients, project managers, facilities managers, CDM co-ordinators, designers, principal contractors and contractors with an understanding of the requirements of the CDM Regulations 2007.
Session 1 Introduction and Setting Course Objectives
Session 2 Legislation
Application and definitions of the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations.
Session 3 The Relationship between the Client, Designers, CDM co-ordinator and Principal Contractor
An outline of the interface of the parties involved in the construction process from concept to maintenance.
Session 4 The Client
Duties of the client. Evaluating competence and resources. Pre-construction information.
Session 5 The CDM co-ordinator
The appointment and duties of the CDM co-ordinator. Notification to HSE. Assistance to the client. Assessment of the design. The health and safety file.
Session 6 The Designers
The designers’ duties. Eliminate and reduce risks by design. Information transfer, and co-operation and co-ordination with the others.
Session 7 The Principal Contractor & Contractors
The duties of the principal contractor. Development and implementing the construction phase plan. Management, co-operation and co-ordination.
Session 8 Course Review and Conclusion
Upon completion of the course, delegates should:
- appreciate the need, application and framework of the CDM regulations; and
- understand the duties and responsibilities of the client, CDM co-ordinator, designers, principal contractor and contractors.
Cost: £150 + VAT
½ Day Course
Maximum number of delegates: 16
CDM 2007 Management Training Inverness, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dunfermline and other sites throughout the UK including onsite closed company courses are available.