Construction Design and Management - CDM Regulations

Constructions and Civil Engineering

Course Info

Duration: 1 Week

Fees: 1,350

Available Dates

Fees

  • June-21-2021

    1,350

  • June-28-2021

    1,350

  • July-19-2021

    1,350

  • July-26-2021

    1,350

  • Aug-16-2021

    1,350

  • Aug-23-2021

    1,350

  • Sep-20-2021

    1,350

  • Sep-27-2021

    1,350

  • Oct-18-2021

    1,350

  • Oct-25-2021

    1,350

  • Nov-22-2021

    1,350

  • Nov-29-2021

    1,350

  • Dec-20-2021

    1,350

  • Dec-27-2021

    1,350

  • Jan-17-2022

    1,350

  • Jan-24-2022

    1,350

  • Feb-21-2022

    1,350

  • Feb-28-2022

    1,350

  • Mar-21-2022

    1,350

  • Mar-28-2022

    1,350

  • Apr-18-2022

    1,350

  • Apr-25-2022

    1,350

Course Details

Course Outline

5 days course

Introduction to CDM Regulations
 
  • Why manage health and safety?
  • The costs of accidents.
  • Construction industry statistics.
  • Why CDM?
  • Health and safety culture in the construction industry.
 
Overview of health and safety law and liabilities

 

  • Criminal and civil law.
  • Liability.
  • Enforcement and prosecution.
  • Compliance – how far do we go?
  • Statutory duties.
 

 

Health and safety law in construction – The current framework

 

  • Framework of relevant legislation.
  • Health and Safety at Work etc Act .
  • Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations.
  • Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015.
  • Work at Height Regulations 2005.
  • Who is responsible for the risks created by construction work?
  • Shared workplaces/shared responsibilities.
  • Control of contractors – importance of contract law.
CDM 2015 – the principles and current best practice
 
  • Scope – what is construction?
  • Application – when do they apply?
  • The CDM management system.
  • Duty holders (client, designer, CDM Co-ordinator, principal contractor, contractor).
  • Documents (HSE Notification, H&S Plan, H&S File).
  • Management process.
  • The 2015 Approved Code of Practice.
  • Clarification of roles and responsibilities.
Risk assessment and the role of the designer
 
  • Principles of risk assessment.
  • Loss prevention/hazard management.
  • What is a suitable risk assessment?
  • Design v construction risk assessment
  • The client is a designer?
  • Whose risk is it?

 

Risk assessment exercise

 

  • Understanding the principles of design risk assessment.
  • Identifying hazards under the control of clients and designers.
  • Quantifying the risk.
Key documentation:

 

  • Notification,
  • Pre-construction information,
  • Construction phase plan,
  • Health and safety file

Course Video