Later this month, we will be launching four training programmes dedicated to CDM 2015.
Running from April 2015, when the new Regulations come into force, the programmes look at how to build your capability in implementing the highest standards of health and safety in the workplace, and how to make a smooth transition from the 2007 Standards.
Subject to full ratification from the ICE Health and Safety Panel, the programmes launched will be:
CDM 2015: Overview
An insightful one day training course on CDM 2015, focussing on the links between the new regulations and accepted project management principles, and the recommended management tools to put these principles into practice. This training programme will be of interest to all those who are responsible for health and safety on projects. This programme is ideal for construction professionals responsible for health and safety on a construction project. Delegates will include clients and contractors.
CDM 2015: The Principal Designer and Designer - Demonstrating Capability
A useful one day training course on CDM 2015, focussing specifically on the roles and responsibilities of both the principal designer and the designer under the new regulations. Delegates will include design engineers, clients who manage construction work on a regular basis and contractors who have a design role.
CDM 2015: The Importance of the Client in Leading the Project Team
An informative one day training course on CDM 2015, focussing on the role of the client - both domestic and commercial - under CDM. Both public and private clients, including those involved in maintenance work, and those working on temporary structures (eg sporting events), will find this training programme useful.
CDM 2015: The Complete Guide
This is an intensive two day training course that combines the other three programmes to guide you through the full range of changes to the CDM regulations, and their impact and implementation across the project management, design and client spectrum.