CDM Regulations 2015 (Half Day) Course
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 came into force in Great Britain on 6 April 2015 replacing CDM 2007. They set out what people involved in construction work need to do to protect themselves from harm, and anyone the work affects.
The CDM aims to improve health and safety in the construction industry.
By the end of the training course, the delegate will:
- Identify what construction work is covered by CDM
- Know the various duty holders under the CDM Regulations
- Recognise when F10 notifications are required
- Distinguish between the roles and responsibilities of duty holders under CDM
- Recognise measures that can promote safer construction work
- Explain what documentation is used and when, to promote safer construction
This course will cover the following topics:
- The purpose of CDM 2015, why the regulations have changed and what they aim to do
- List who the duty-holders are, and what duties and deliverables are required
- Explain what happens during the transitional period
- What you need to do next as a result of the change in regulation
Multiple choice test
Who should attend this course?
This course is for all delegates involved in the different aspects of construction work, enabling staff to understand how the CDM regulations can affect and relate to their responsibilities.
Accredited. Valid for Three years
Course format options
Available Online and Classroom
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