The 2015 Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM2015) have been in force for three months now, so how are things settling in?
For many larger organisations, apart from the change of responsibility from CDM-C to Principal Designer, it seems that things are staying the same. Many already had their processes in place and have managed the transfer of responsibilities quite well. Along with this, many CDM-C's have chosen to offer their services to Client and Design organisations in the capacity of a 'CDM Advisory' role. We believe this is a good choice and benefits the Construction industry as CDM-C's are well placed with ...
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We have recently published a quick guide to CDM2015 for Architects and Designers, covering Who the Principal Designer is, What they have to do, and some risk management tools to help.
Read our CDM2015 Architects and Designer Quick Guide now and share it with anyone you feel would benefit from it.
You can also call us today on 01525 850 080 to find out more about how you and your business can achieve peace of mind, reduce costs and promote good practice.
With CDM2015 now fully in force, Ai Solutions are offering a briefing that highlights the main changes and effects of CDM 2015.
Our CDM 2015 training covers:
- What is expected of each of the duty holders per role.
- Transitional Period Arrangements.
- Advice and guidance on how to navigate the changes successfully.
The briefing includes a question and answer section to test your knowledge at the end with a CDM2015 questionnaire.
For more information, call us now on 01525 850080 or read on about our ½ day Successfully Navigating the CDM2015 Changes course.