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This classroom based CDM for Designers and Principal Designers course gives an overview of CDM Regulations whilst focusing on the duties of the Designers and Principal Designers.

Who is the CDM for Designers and Principal Designers Course Suitable For?

This CDM for Designers and Principal Designers course is suitable for any person or organisation who takes on the role of designer or principal designer. Designers include architects, civil and structural engineers, building surveyors, landscape architects or building service designers.

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM 2015) are designed to improve construction-related health and safety management, have the right people for the right job at the right time to manage on-site risks and focus on effective planning not the paperwork.

Course Programme

  • CDM overview
  • Duty holder responsibilities
  • Pre-construction information
  • Design risk assessment and control
  • Red, amber, green (RAG) lists and their purpose
  • Liaison with duty holders during the construction phase
  • Preparation of the health and safety file
  • Handover to a principal contractor
  • Workshops include pre-construction information, the health and safety file and design risk assessment

Course Duration

1-Day

Certification and Assessment

Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance upon successful completion of the course.

The CDM for Designers and Principal Designers course is available online using a live instructor and gives an overview of CDM Regulations whilst focusing on the duties of the Designers and Principal Designers.

Who is the CDM for Designers and Principal Designers Course Suitable For?

This online version of the CDM for Designers and Principal Designers course is suitable for any person or organisation who takes on the role of designer or principal designer. Designers include architects, civil and structural engineers, building surveyors, landscape architects or building service designers.

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM 2015) are designed to improve construction-related health and safety management, have the right people for the right job at the right time to manage on-site risks and focus on effective planning not the paperwork.

Online Course Programme

  • CDM overview
  • Duty holder responsibilities
  • Pre-construction information
  • Design risk assessment and control
  • Red, amber, green (RAG) lists and their purpose
  • Liaison with duty holders during the construction phase
  • Preparation of the health and safety file
  • Handover to a principal contractor
  • Workshops include pre-construction information, the health and safety file and design risk assessment

Online Course Duration

1-Day

Certification and Assessment

Delegates will receive a certificate of attendance upon successful completion of the course.