Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007 Safety Sign / Product
This safety poster covers essential information and advice for those who work in the construction industry.
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The regulations came into force on 6 April 2015 consisting of 5 parts: Part 1. The interpretation and application of the Regulations. Part 2. Client duties in relation to managing construction projects. Part 3. Health & safety duties and roles of the designers and contractors relating to the construction phase plan. Part 4 Contains general requirements that apply to all construction sites. Part 5 Contains the transitional arrangements and revocations.
CDM 2015 improves Health & Safety in construction by helping to: 1. Sensibly plan the work so the risks involved are managed from start to finish. 2. Have the right people for the right job at the right time. 3. Cooperate and coordinate your work with others. 4. Have the right information about the risks and how they are being managed. 5. Communicate this information effectively to those who need to know. 6. Consult and engage with workers about the risks and how they are being managed.
A Guide to Part 2. For all construction projects, commercial clients must: 1. Make suitable arrangements for managing their project, enabling those carrying it out to manage H&S risks in a proportionate way. These arrangements include: a. Appointing the contractors and designers to the project (including the principal designer and principal contractor on projects involving more than one contractor) while making sure they have the skills, knowledge, experience and organisational capability. b. Allowing sufficient time and resources for each stage of the project c. Making sure that any principal designer and principal contractor appointed carry out their duties in managing the project. d. Making sure suitable welfare facilities are provided for the duration of the construction work. 2. Maintain and review the management arrangements for the duration of the project. 3. Provide pre-construction information to every designer and contractor either bidding for the work or already appointed to the project 3. Ensure that the principal contractor or contractor (for single contractor projects) prepares a construction phase plan before that phase begins. 4. Ensure that the principal designer prepares a health and safety file for the project and that it is revised as necessary and made available to anyone who needs it for subsequent work at the site.
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