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March 13, 2017

Temporary Works and the Principal Designer

Temporary Works and the Principal Designer The Temporary Works forum's (TWf) released a new guidance on the role of the Principal Designer (in CDM2015) and ICE Training has now aligned its CDM2015: The Principal Designer and Designer - Demonstrating Capability programme to further assist attendees in incorporating temporary works planning into the pre-construction phase.

What's new?


The course will now also look at the importance of considering potential temporary works from the earliest stages of the project and will provide a key link between permanent works designers and those who coordinate and design major temporary works.

Temporary Works have traditionally been viewed as a Principal Contractor issue. However, the creation of the Principal Designer role in the CDM 2015 regulations has instigated a different set of responsibilities so this newest addition hopes to fill the void in information and be useful for the UK construction industry.

Upcoming training

 

CDM2015: The Principal Designer & Designer; demonstrating capability - April 26 - Birmingham - BOOK

Other CDM2015 training:
Fundamentals of CDM2015 - April 12 - London - BOOK

Temporary Works training:
Temporary Works Coordinator Training Course - April 04-05 - London - BOOK
Temprary Works Coordination - April 11 - Birmingham - BOOK
Temporary Works (Above Ground) - London - BOOK
Temporary Works (Below Ground) - London - BOOK 

For the complete March - April 2017 training, click here.


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