As of 6th April 2015, the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 were replaced by the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015. The new Regulations are intended to improve the planning and management of projects from the outset and to be less bureaucratic than the 2007 Regulations.
We have put together a full information pack on the new CDM Regulations 2015 to help you cut through the red tape and understand the impact of the new regulations on all duty holders.
What’s included in the pack?
This is the essential guide to implementing the new CDM 2015 regulations. It provides both a straightforward overview of the key changes and new duty holders, including the Principal Designer, as well as full information on how to apply the principles in the real world.
Our CDM Regulations 2015 Information pack aims to reassure those fearing a change in their obligations by outlining easy to use practical tools which will integrate the philosophy of the new regulations into day-to-day practice.
Topics covered include:
- Role of the Client (including Domestic Clients)
- Role of the Principal Contractor
- Role of the Principal Designer
- Role of the Contractors
- Role of the Designers
- Role of the Workers
How to get your Pack
|Download CDM Regulations 2015 Information Pack|
CDM Update Seminars
To support the changes, we are also running CDM Update Seminars aimed at all those involved within the construction industry. These sessions explain the CDM Regulations and how they will affect the various duty holders as well as the changes you need to make to help you plan and manage your work, whilst ensuring that you meet your legal responsibilities.
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You can also contact us to speak to one of our expert construction consultants for further help in understanding your responsibilities under the new Regulations and to find out about the services that we can provide to support you in implementing the changes.