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CDM In Practice

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 1994

INTRODUCTION

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 1994 came into force on 31 March 1995. They apply to clients, designers and contractors involved in construction. Their aim is to make construction work safer, without imposing undue burdens on the industry. The legislation implements aspects of the EC's temporary or mobile construction sites directive.

OBJECTIVE

This course has been devised to give those personnel, both Client and DSO, working for Local Authorities, who have a responsibility under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 1994 some practical experience of interpreting and implementing the regulations. Case studies are based upon actual schemes.

CONTENTS

Day One

  • Course Introduction and Enrolment
  • Background to the legislation
  • Health and Safety Law

Pre-Contract Considerations

  • Planning for Health & Safety at the pre-contract stage
  • The Role of the Client, Planning Supervisor and Designer
  • Accident prevention and Risk Assessment at Design stage
  • Case Study - Preparing the Pre-tender stage Health and Safety Plan

Day Two

Construction Phase Considerations

  • Responsibilities of the Principal Contractor
  • Case Study - Preparing the Health and Safety Plan
  • Hazard recognition and Risk Assessment
  • Responsibilities of Sub-Contractors
  • The Health & Safety File
  • Monitoring requirements for Health & Safety
  • Question and discussion time

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