The Construction, Design and Management (CDM) Regulations will change in April. This new half day course will describe how CDM 2007 will translate into CDM 2015 and how it will affect you.
The aim of the course is to provide clear information and guidance as to the changes and the actions that will be required from Clients, Designers and Contractors to meet the revised Regulations. Drawing on the latest guidance including the Health & Safety Executive, CITB/CONIAC, and APS, the course will cover typical questions such as:
- 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?
At the end of the course, attendees should be in a position to assess the actions they need to take in order to successfully adopt the changes in the Regulations.
The course is targeted at industry professionals with an understanding of the current CDM Regulations 2007 and requiring guidance on the changes. However, it would also form a useful introduction for graduates, architects and builders who may not have had any real experience of the Regulations to date.
Current dates for the course are 20 April, 6 May and 15 June 2015. All are being held in Chesterfield with easy access to trains and the M1, and will run from 8.30am to noon. The course costs just £125 + VAT per delegate. Places are strictly limited so early booking is advisable.
For those wishing a fuller introduction to the Regulations, our next one day course running on 7 September may be more suitable. Alternatively we have an introductory course on health safety and welfare regulations on 8 June. Both course venues are in Chesterfield, and each course costs £220 plus VAT per delegate.
If you require any additional information before making a booking on this or any other course, please contact us at email@example.com. Note too that all courses can be run bespoke for your company if there are sufficient numbers – just contact us by phone (01246 807808) or using the enquiries email address above for more details.