Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 Awareness
All too often the roles and responsibilities defined with CDM are not fully understood. An organisation typically considered a principal contractor, for example, may not realise that they hold designer or principal designer responsibilities under CDM potentially impacting risk on site.
This CDM Awareness course is available for individuals to book online, the training is delivered using a real live instructor. The training can also be delivered at your location or via Zoom for a group, and is designed to assist Contract Managers, Site Managers and senior management teams within the construction industry.
Who is the CDM Awareness Course Suitable For?
This short CDM Awareness course has been specifically designed to provide additional knowledge to those in the construction industry to which Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM) apply.
What’s Included in the CDM Awareness Course?
- Overview of health and safety legislation
- Application of CDM 2015 (L153 / HSG150)
- Duties, roles and responsibilities
- Pre-Construction Information (PCI)
- The Construction Phase Health and Safety Plan (CPHSP)
- The pre-construction, construction and post-construction phases
- Information relationships
- Principles of prevention
- Hierarchy of control
- Case Studies
Throughout the course, all students are tasked to complete a SWOT analysis of the organisation understanding and treatment of CDM Regulations, leading to actionable opportunities for improvement.