This CDM Regulations (NI) 2016 course has been designed to give learners an overview of the legal requirements of CDM Regulations. The course itself is divided into three modules, an introduction and then two modules that focus on duties, planning, and preparation to help learners understand how to comply with the law.
This course will be appropriate for key duty holders such as the client, the principal contractor, the principal designer, and designers and subcontractors who all have duties under the CDM Regulations.
The course is divided into 3 modules
Introduction to CDM
– In this introduction learners will be introduced to the key points of the CDM Regulations as well as who has duties and what they are.
Planning and Preparation
– In this second module, learners will discover how to notify the HSE about a project, when a project is notifiable, what to include in a client brief and how to prepare and plan the pre-construction phase, the construction phase plan and the health and safety file.
– In this third module, learners will be introduced to who takes over the client duties when the project is a domestic one, how to assess the suitability of the principal designer and contractor under CDM Regulations, and where to find additional information and resources on a series of very specific regulations.