Construction Design and Management

The aim of the course is to:

Provide the candidate with the knowledge to understand the roles and responsibilities of the key duty holders, their role in selecting and informing competent contractors and/or sub-contractors, the importance of developing a properly considered Health & Safety plan, the importance of providing accurate and timely information, the importance of designers co-operating and co-ordination the health & safety aspects of their designs

The objectives of the course are to enable delegated to:

  • Understand the key revisions to the regulations
  • Understand the roles of the key players
  • Recognise and be able to establish good practice
  • Interpret and apply the guidance to your own activities

Who do we recommend attends the course?

  • Anyone acting as a client
  • Construction Directors and Managers
  • Anyone responsible for Health & Safety on site (principle Contractors and Contractors)
  • Anyone currently acting as a Principle Designer, Designers and technical staff

Course summary:

Candidates will participate in theory and practical exercises covering:

  • An overview of CDM regulations 2015
  • Key duty holder responsibilities
  • Notifiable projects
  • Key changes
  • Assessing competencies
  • Co-operation and co-ordination issues
  • Compliance issues
  • Pre-construction information
  • Management of the construction phase, including design/build changes
  • The Construction Phase Plan

Course Duration:  1 day

Certification: In-house Certification

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