CDM Regulations

Under CDM it is the responsibility of the Client to appoint a CDM Co-ordinator as early as possible during the design and planning work for the project so that they can advise the Client on the subsequent appointment of others. It is the CDM Co-ordinator's function to co-ordinate the health and safety aspects of design, and for ensuring the pre-tender, or pre-construction information is prepared. The CDM Co-ordinator is also responsible for ensuring the health and safety file is prepared.

Quantum Management Ltd can draw on the experience of individuals with many years involvement in all aspects of the construction industry to provide a comprehensive CDM Co-ordinator service.

What are they?

CDM 2007 Regulations are divided into 5 parts:

  • Part 1 - deals with the application of the Regulations and definitions
  • Part 2 - covers general duties that apply to all construction project
  • Part 3 - contains additional duties that only apply to notifiable construction projects, i.e. those lasting more than 30 days or involving more than 500 person days of construction work
  • Part 4 - contains practical requirements that apply to all construction sites
  • Part 5 - contains the transitional arrangements and revocations
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    A CDM Co-ordinator is always required when a project is notifiable. With the main duties being to:

  • advise and assist the client with their duties
  • notify details of the project to the HSE
  • facilitate good communication between the client, designers and contractors
  • liaise with the principal contractor regarding ongoing design work
  • identify, collect and pass on pre-construction information to the relevant parties
  • prepare/update the health and safety file
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