As part of its collaborative relationship with ICE Training, ICE Publishing is offering our clients and online visitors a free chapter from the recently published ICE Manual of Health and Safety in Construction.
Similar to our suite of CDM 2015 training courses, the chapter available focusses on the various responsibilites of the key duty holders under the new regulations.
The chapter has been authored by David Oloke, who is a chartered civil engineer; consultant at the University of Wolverhampton, and Chair of the ICE Health and Safety Working Group, which published the ICE Health and Safety Register.
Membership on the Register demonstrates your competency in maintaining workplace health and safety standards to your organisation. It is widely recognised by employers.
Attending one of our popular CDM training courses contributes to your CPD with ICE - a key requirement in your application for the Register.
ICE Manual of Health and Safety in Construction, Second Edition
Chapter 2: Responsibilities of key duty holders in construction, design and management
By David A. O. Oloke School of Architecture and the Built Environment, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Wolverhampton; Chair, ICE Health and Safety Working Group
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Written and edited by experts from industry and academia this manual offers invaluable practical guidance for identifying and managing hazards through all stages of the construction process. ICE manual of health and safety in construction covers the key principles and techniques of maintaining the safety and health of workers and others involved in or affected by the planning, construction, maintenance or eventual demolition of construction project.
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