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Managing Health and Safety in Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007
The aims of the 2007 CDM Regulations are: to improve the planning and management of projects from their inception; to identify hazards early on so they can be eliminated or reduced at design or planning stage with any remaining risks being properly managed; and to target effort where it can do most good in terms of health and safety and discourage unnecessary bureaucracy.
The CDM Regulations require a client to ensure that their construction project is safe to build, safe to use and safe to maintain. They also require a client to put management arrangements in place, including appointing a CDM co-ordinator, to ensure that construction work can be carried out safely and without risk to health.
The CDM Coordinator’s role is to help their client comply with their duties under the regulations; notify the HSE of any notifiable projects; coordinate planning and design work; collate all necessary pre-construction information; provide pre-construction information to contractors; review contractors construction plan; manage the flow of health and safety information; advise the client on the suitability of the initial construction phase plan including welfare facilities and to produce or update a health and safety file.
Bluekeep have a wide range of experience in this role and provide a comprehensive service undertaking all responsibilities required by the legislation. We will ensure that the correct information is provided to the relevant people at the right time.
Bluekeep acting as your CDM coordinator will:
The correct information to the relevant people at the right time.