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Practical Guide to Using the CDM Regulations 2015

ISBN13: 9780727759900
Published: March 2015
Publisher: ICE Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £33.00

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Practical Guide to Using the CDM Regulations 2015 draws together the principles of how to deliver quality projects, safely and within reasonable financial limits in a practical, easy-toread guide. It explains how to apply these principles based on an innovative risk management model, without relying on paperwork but emphasising the need for a clear purpose, structured teamwork and a collaborative culture.

This book provides the reader with a basic appreciation of legal requirements and how to conduct oneself in order to meet legal standards. Health and safety requirements are simplified in order to be seamlessly integrated into real-life projects.

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Part One:

Chapter 1 - Construction & the Law
What’s going on in construction?
The origins of health and safety law.
Why we need CDM.

Chapter 2 - CDM -1994 to 2007
The detail of the legislation.
The implications for members of the construction team.
The real requirements of the law.

Chapter 3 – CDM 2015
What has changed, and what hasn’t.
The role of the Principal Designer.

Part Two:

Chapter 4 – First Build the Team
The value of building the team early.
What we need to do to comply with the law.
The importance of the Co-ordination role.

Chapter 5 - Back to the Future
Are we making progress?
The benefits of new technologies.
The obsession with paperwork.

Chapter 6 - So What Should We Be Doing?
How clients should lead the project.
What the co-ordination role entails.
The process for managing design risk.
The right information.