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CDM for Principal Designers and Designers

CDM for Principal Designers and Designers

Do you need to understand your duties under the CDM regulations as Principal Designers or Designer? This learning path provides a modular library of short courses which provide a comprehensive guide to your legal duties under current legislation for organisations and individuals involved in all types of construction work. The modular nature of our courses means individuals can follow discrete learning paths based on their role. This course will enable you to; understand the legal requirements of CDM 2015, identify the roles of the Principal Designers or Designer, appreciate the importance of the requirements for assessment of knowledge, skills, experience and resources and identify a requirement for project documentation (LP11217).

You will learn about:

CDM 2015 overview and application
Duty holder responsibilities
Preparation of the client brief
Duty holder appointments
Preparing pre-construction information
Requirements for notification of projects
Assisting with the preparation of pre-construction information
Planning, managing and monitoring work during the pre-construction phase
The elimination, reduction, and control of risks through design
Contractor assessment
Planning, managing and monitoring construction work
Application of CDM Part 4 'General requirements for all construction sites'
Construction phase plan content and requirements
Contractor and worker engagement
Construction phase plan requirements
Health and safety file requirements