The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (also known as CDM 2015) came into force on the 6 April 2015. The revised regulation replacing the 2007 regulation sets out what must be done by those involved in construction works to protect themselves and others from harm.
CDM 2015 delivered some key changes to the 2007 regulation, including:
Clients having more duties
The creation of a principal designer role
Changes to the criteria for notifying the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) about a project.
Despite the regulation coming into force in April 2015, there is still some confusion around the interpretation of the regulation including roles and where certain responsibilities lie. Training is key to alleviating confusion in your organisation; arming your employees with the knowledge to apply the regulations to their day-to-day activities.
Alcumus are APS Approved
Alcumus Academy are pleased to have been independently assessed and approved by Association for Project Safety (APS) to deliver APS accredited CDM training.
APS are a leading professional institution within construction health and safety risk management and play a leading role in helping the industry meet the challenges of implementing CDM 2015.
All of our courses cover the legal and practical implications for duty holders under the CDM 2015, and provide delegates with a greater understanding of the various roles and responsibilities required to comply with latest regulations.
Alcumus Academy trainers are experienced/qualified health and safety practitioners from within the construction industry, who act as either Client Advisor, Project Manager or Principal Designer for major clients within the Alcumus Group.
Click on our APS accredited course pages below to view the full course details including course content, timetables, and prices.