Construction (Design and Management) Regulations
The Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 came into force on 6th April 2015 replacing CDM 2007 and set out the requirements for ensuring health and safety on domestic as well as commercial construction projects.
All Clients having maintenance or building work carried out have legal duties under CDM 2015 and where more than one contractor is involved must appoint a Principal Designer and Principal Contractor to help in the planning and co-ordination of the work.
These Regulations help ensure that your construction project is safe to build, safe to use and safe to maintain. Good health and safety planning will also help ensure that your project is well managed and that unexpected costs and problems are minimised.
Since the introduction of CDM in 1994, AFP Construction Consultants have been providing advice on the management and implementation of the CDM Regulations and can offer the following services:
- Client CDM Adviser
- Principal Designer
- Adviser to the Principal Designer
- CDM Consultancy
Learn more about what the CDM Regulations mean for you, including; the business benefits, your duties and responsibilities and practical advice by contacting us or referring to the following links: