The Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007

hseq The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007
(CDM 2007) came into force in Great Britain on 6 April 2007.
The new regulations are divided into 5 parts:
  • Part 1 deals with the application of the Regulations and definitions.
  • Part 2 covers general duties that apply to all construction projects.
  • Part 3 contains additional duties that only apply to notifiable construction projects, i.e. those lasting more that 30 days or involving more than 500 person days of construction work.
  • Part 4 contains practical requirements that apply to all construction sites.
  • Part 5 contains the transitional arrangements and revocations.
Under the new regulations the onus is on the client and principal contractor to ensure that their sub contractors are competent to undertake their roles. One of the key underlying themes of CDM 2007 is the assessment of duty holders competency.
Through the provision of correct documentation HSEQ can help construction firms improve their safety performance.  This in turn will help you more readily satisfy clients and stakeholders needs, making tender shortlists and winning more business.  We can assist with all aspects e.g  pre tender audits, questionnaires and assessments. We aim to help develop a safety culture within your organisation and also provide it with the necessary tools to meet and fulfil legislative requirements



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