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When Is A CDM 2015 Construction Phase Plan Needed?

16th June, 2015 - CDM

A construction phase plan is a document specifically required by the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations. This document was required under the 2007 regulations, and remains a requirement under the 2015 regulations. But when exactly is a construction phase plan needed?

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An Introduction To CDM 2015

2nd June, 2015 - CDM

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (often referred to as CDM regulations) were updated this year, with the new CDM 2015 regulations coming into force on the 6th of April 2015. This update replaces the former 2007 regulations and applies to all construction projects.

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How To Appoint A Principal Designer Under CDM 2015

1st May, 2015 - CDM

CDM 2015 (Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015) introduced a new role of principal designer, as an important duty holder that must be appointed on all projects with more than one contractor. In this post, we look at how to appoint a principal designer.

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CDM Notifiable Projects Working Days And Person Days Explained

10th April, 2015 - CDM

Simply put, notifiable CDM projects are construction projects that need to be notified to the HSE. If your construction project meets certain criteria (based on project length and the number of people on site, then you have to notify the HSE, and your project is notifiable. What are the criteria?

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CDM 2015 Are You Ready?

10th March, 2015 - CDM

As you may have heard, the CDM Regulations are changing. CDM 2015 will come into force on the 6th of April 2015, and from this date every new construction project in Great Britain will be required to comply with the 2015 CDM regulations. Existing projects have until October to transition.

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CDM 2015 - Is My Construction Project Notifiable?

13th January, 2015 - CDM

As you may have heard, the CDM Regulations are changing. CDM 2015 will come into force on the 6th of April 2015, and from this date every new construction project in Great Britain will be required to comply with the 2015 CDM regulations. Existing projects have until October to transition.

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CDM 2014 Becomes CDM 2015

10th January, 2015 - CDM

You may remember our blog post back in 2012 about proposed changes to the Construction Design and Management (CDM) Regulations 2007 expected in 2014, well fast forward a couple of years, and those changes look set to finally make there way through the legal system and into force in 2015.

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What To Expect From CDM 2014

29th August, 2012 - CDM

In this post we look at what we can expect from the proposed CDM 2014 regulations. You may have heard that there are plans to change the CDM regulations. With the government currently looking to kill off various regulations, particularly in the health and safety arena, is this the end of CDM?

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Does CDM Apply To My Construction Project?

15th June, 2012 - CDM

Does CDM apply to my construction project? This is a question we are often asked. The important thing to remember is that every project is a CDM project. The CDM regulations apply to every construction project in some way or another, regardless of the length of, or type of, project.

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CDM Health And Safety File Contents And What Should Be Included

14th February, 2012 - CDM

The health and safety file is an important document required by the CDM regulations. Information for the health and safety file is gathered off all CDM duty holders for the client, and it is important that all CDM duty holders understand what should, and what shouldn't be included.

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