- What effect will the removal of the role of CDM Co-ordinator have?
- Who will take on the new role of Principal Designer?
- What are the changes in parameters requiring notification of a scheme to the HSE?
- How do we manage the change in emphasis over competency?
- What does it mean to the industry now that domestic works are included in the Regulations?
Though there is a 6 month grace period on existing projects, CDM 2015 takes effect this week for new projects. The revised Regulations see the demise of the CDM Coordinator whilst placing greater responsibility on Clients. Clients now need to appoint a Principal Designer and Principal Contractor to fulfill their duties. Last minute bookings for our half day course on CDM 2015 in Chesterfield on 27 April can still be made, or we have courses running too in Birmingham on 6 May and Leeds on 15 June. Running from 8.30am to noon to minimise time out of the office, and costing just £125 plus VAT per delegate, the aim of each course is to provide clear information and guidance on the changes and the actions that will be required from Clients, Designers and Contractors to meet the revised Regulations. Drawing on the latest guidance it will cover typical questions such as: