CDM01 – Overview training for stakeholders (all duty holders)
This one-day course provides delegates with information to widen their knowledge and gain the ability to become compliant with CDM 2015.
- Introduction to CDM 2015
- Clients’ new duties and responsibilities
- The specific duties of and practical interactive duties of planning, managing, co-ordinating between the five duty holders
- Overview of the general health and safety requirement for all construction sites
- Key documentation.
CDM02 – CDM for Principal Contractors
The Principal Contractor must be in control of health and safety on site during the construction phase and has a duty to lead the project and set health and safety standards; to meet these duties it is important that the principal contractor has time to plan before works starts on site.
The duties of the principal contractor in relation to health and safety at the construction phase are detailed in regulations 12 and 13 of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015.
CDM03 – CDM for Contractors
This one-day course focuses on the duties of a contractor and provides up to date information to assist the contractor to adhere to the duties of a contractor as stated in the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015.
Amongst other things, this course provides contractors with information to assist them in consulting with employees and cooperating with other duty holders.
CDM04 – CDM for Principal Designers
This one-day course provides an overview of regulation 11 (Principal Designer Duties). Some of the points covered include:
- Plan, manage and monitor – Pre-construction phase
- Cooperation with the client
- Design, technical and organisational aspects required to plan the various stages
- The principles of prevention of how to apply them in the design stage
- Identification of foreseeable risk.
CDM05 – CDM for Designers
This one-day course is intended to define and clarify the role of designers as set out in the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015, Regulation 9.
Some of the duties which will be defined include:
- Make the client aware of their duties as set out in Regulation 4
- Understanding the principles of prevention
- Applying the principles of prevention
- Drawing the pre-construction information document together
- Issuing the pre-construction information to all relevant stakeholders.
CDM06 – CDM for Clients
This one-day course is aimed at all types of clients who have a requirement for a construction project to be carried out in connection with a business, whether the business operates for profit or not.
You will gain an understanding about client contractor responsibilities under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015. (CDM 2015).
CDM07 – Applying the requirements of CDM in your workplace
This course defines applying CDM in your workplace and attempts to align CDM 2015 in to your specific work needs. The course applies each stage of CDM, design stage, pre-construction stage, construction stage and post completion stage to your specific requirements.
Some of the topics discussed include:
- Who is the client in your organisation?
- The legal position of the client
- Ensuring suitable arrangements for managing the project are in place.
CDM08 – Design Risk Management (DRM)
This one-day course covers the main points of design risk management, providing delegates with an understanding of applying design risk management on their projects.
Some of the topics discussed include:
- What is design risk management?
- Establishing and recording the process
- Formal and informal design reviews
- Principles of prevention.
CDM09 – Principal Designer Course
One of the key changes introduced by Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) is replacement of the role of CDM Co-ordinator (CDMC) with a Principal Designer (PD).
The Principal Designer has responsibility for co-ordination of health and safety during the pre-construction phase. HSE guidance defines principal designers as ‘…designers appointed by the client in projects involving more than one contractor. They can be an organisation or an individual with sufficient knowledge, experience and ability to carry out the role.’ This may be combined with other roles on the project, such as project manager or architect.