CDM Co-ordination

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 is a statutory requirement.

If you are about to alter or extend a building or structure, thinking of putting up a new one or demolishing an old one, then the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007 place a number of specific duties on you as client. The extent of these duties varies with the type of project that is involved - and in many case you will need an adviser available to help you deal with these. On larger 'notifable' projects you are required to appoint a CDM co-ordinator before significant detailed design work begins so they can advise and assist you with your duties.

The CDM Co-ordinator provides clients with a key project advisor in respect of construction health and safety risk management matters. Their main purpose is to help clients to carry out their duties; to co-ordinate health and safety aspects of the design work and to prepare the health and safety file.

We can undertake the role of a CDM co-ordinator in respect of construction risk management matters. We assist and advise the client on the appointment of competent designers and contractors and the adequacy of management arrangements.

The early appointment of the CDM co-ordinator is crucial for effective planning and establishing management arrangements from the start. The regulations require the appointment takes place as soon as is practicable after initial design work or other preparation for construction work has begun. This will allow the you to appraise your project needs and objectives, including the business case and any possible constraints on development to enable you to decide whether or not to proceed with the project before appointing the CDM co-ordinator.

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