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Vol 22 No 11 Nov/Dec 2017

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The CDM Regulations 2015 Explained

ISBN13: 9780727760098
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780727734969
Published: April 2015
Publisher: ICE Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £68.00

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CDM Regulations 2015 Explained provides a straightforward, independent and authoritative assessment and analysis of the new 2015 CDM Regulations. The individual roles of each party involved in a construction project are detailed in light of the latest updates to the Regulations.

The book navigates through the radical changes from the previous CDM Regulations and includes helpful checklists to assist each of the duty holders to comply with their obligations and avoid the penalties of non-compliance. CDM Regulations 2015 Explained will be an invaluable source of information for those responsible for the procurement or management of construction projects or anyone wishing to master the latest developments in construction law and health and safety law.

CDM Regulations 2015 Explained:

  • offers clear, straightforward guidance to the new Regulations in an established format
  • sets out a checklist for each duty holder to ensure quick and easy assimilation of its legal responsibilities
  • provides step-by-step practical advice and guidance on each clause contained within the Regulations and insight as to how they are likely to affect professional and business interests
  • assists duty holders in complying with their obligations and helps them to avoid the potential pitfalls, and associated penalties, of non-compliance
  • includes a complete copy of the 2015 CDM Regulations

Construction Law
Framework of health and safety law
An overview of the Regulations
General duties and principles
Provisions for the welfare of workers
Consideration for hazardous operations
The client
The principal designer
The designer
The principal contractor
The contractor
The construction phase plan
The health and safety file
Contract documentation
Criminal and civil liability and enforcement
Transitional provisions