Introduction

This course is for anyone involved in construction, refurbishment, demolition or any other area that is affected by these regulations

The course is designed for provide delegates with an understanding of the CDM Regulations, differences from the previous regulations and the purpose of these. The Roles and responsibilities of the ‘duty holders’.

It will also cover the Control of Contractors, Risk Assessments, Proactive Health & Safety

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Description

Course Objectives 

By the end of the course, delegates will have:

  • Knowledge of Health & Safety Legislation in relation to the new Regulations.
  • An understanding of the requirements of direct and contract employment of construction workers.
  • Understood the responsibilities of ‘Duty Holders’ in relation to the Regulations
  • Understood the requirements of Risk Assessment
  • The skills to assist the organisation by influencing health, safety and welfare in construction projects.
  • The ability to develop documentation to ensure legal compliance and ensure continued business improvement.

Course Content

CDM Regulations 2015  – Key points

Purpose of the Regulations

Roles and Responsbilities

Planning and Management – ‘Client Duties’

Control of Contractors

Risk Assessments

  • Risk Perception
  • Development of Risk Assessments
  • Hazard and Risk
  • Risk Control Systems
  • Workplace Precautions

Pro-active Health & Safety

  • Inspections and Audits
  • Surveys and sampling
  • Record Keeping

Action Planning – Individual and Company

Course Duration: One Day