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Who, when, where, why and how much
Not just for the construction industry, CDM 2007 may well affect your plans for your business. Use our best practice advice to ensure you comply with the new regs.
Industry guidance on CDM
Representatives from across the construction industry worked for nearly a year to develop a suite of guidance ...
CDM 2007 and principal contractors
The Construction Confederation and others have issued 105 pages of guidance on ...
CDM 2007 will look for more from construction clients
CDM 2007 requires key ‘duty holders’ to ensure health, safety and welfare during all stages of construction work. The duty holders are: ...
What is ‘construction work’?
As with CDM 1994, CDM 2007 covers far more than building sites. Even if a project
is not notifiable to the HSE, commercial clients still have legal duties under CDM if their work falls under the definition of construction work. Under CDM 2007, "construction work" includes ...
THE CLIENT’S ROLE IN CDM 2007
“Unrealistic deadlines and a failure to allocate sufficient funds are two of the largest contributors to the poor control of risk on site” - HSE
LATEST ON THE CDM 2007 REGULATIONS
The Construction, Design and Management Regulations (CDM 2007) were laid before Parliament on 15 February. They are subject to the usual procedures of Parliamentary scrutiny, but HSE expects them to come into force on 6 April.
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