CDM 2015 Awareness Training

pm Connections are an APS Registered CDM Practice and Stuart McCreedy is a Registered CDM Co-ordinator. Stuart has a wide range of site experience and brings real life scenarios to the course.

Who Needs CDM Awareness Training?

CDM Awareness Training

The key aim is to integrate health and safety into the management of the project and to encourage everyone involved to work together to:

Improve the planning and management of projects from the very start;

Identify risks early on so that they can be eliminated or reduced at the design or planning stage and the remaining risks can be properly managed;

Target effort where it can do the most good in terms of health and safety; and

Discourage unnecessary bureaucracy.

Therefore this course is ideal for Managers and Supervisors being part of a CDM project. It is also useful for employers to understand the regulations as non-notifiable works such as work on existing services still falls under the CDM regulations.

What Falls Under The CDM 2015 Regulations?

Construction Work - building, civil engineering or engineering construction work and includes:-

Construction, alteration, conversion, fitting out, commissioning, renovation, repair, upkeep, redecoration or other maintenance, de-commissioning, demolition or dismantling of a structure;

Preparation for an intended structure, including site clearance, exploration, investigation (but not site survey) and excavation, and the clearance or preparation of the site or structure for use or occupation at its conclusion

The assembly on site of prefabricated elements to form a structure or the dis-assembly on site of prefabricated elements which, immediately before such dis-assembly, formed a structure;

The removal of a structure or of any product or waste resulting from demolition or dismantling of a structure or from dis-assembly of prefabricated elements which immediately before such dis-assembly formed such a structure; and

The installation, commissioning, maintenance, repair or removal of mechanical, electrical, gas, compressed air, hydraulic, telecommunications, computer or similar services which are normally fixed within or to a structure.

The Contents of The Course

CDM Waste Management Regulations 2008 - REPEALED

Please see the document CLICK HERE for the reasons behind removing the regulations

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