CDM Template
Pre Construction Information

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Create your document in minutes with this ready to use Pre Construction Information CDM template. Use the quick and easy editor to add your details, make changes, and download a completed document branded with your business name.

This Pre Construction Information CDM template enables you to create a professional document for your project that fully complies with the latest CDM regulations.

The Pre Construction Information CDM template has been pre-completed by our construction health and safety specialists, ready for you to add your project specific details such as the project team and a description of the project.

Under the CDM regulations the client must provide pre-construction information to every contractor and designer involved on the project. Where there is a principal designer appointed (on projects with more than one contractor), they must assist the client in the provision of the pre-construction information to the rest of the project team.

You can use the Pre Construction Information CDM template as it is, in your business, and we will add your business name at the top of each page. The template is pre-completed for the activity, and you can edit it as needed to produce a site specific document for your project.

This Pre Construction Information CDM template can be edited online within your browser. Editing is quick and simple, but if you need more time, there's no hurry to finish your document today - you get 30 days use of the template and online editor to create and download your document.

Download in PDF format for maximum compatibility across devices - no special software required. Once downloaded you can save, print and use your Pre Construction Information CDM document within your business for as long as you need it.

Contents

Introduction, Definition, Duties, The Information, Project Description, Location of the site, Nature of construction work to be carried out, Timescale for completion of the construction work, Use of the Structure as a Workplace, Project Directory, Existing Records, Arrangements, Planning for and managing the construction work including safety goals, Communication and liaison between client and others, Security of the site, Welfare, Health And Safety Of Client End Users And Employees, Site hoarding requirements, Site transport arrangements or vehicle movement restrictions, Client permit to work systems, Fire precautions, Emergency procedures and means of escape, No go areas or other authorisation requirements, Client designated confined spaces, Smoking and parking restrictions, Safety Hazards, Boundaries and access, including temporary access, Restrictions on deliveries, waste collection or storage, Adjacent land uses, Existing storage of hazardous materials, Location of existing services particularly those that are concealed, Ground conditions, underground structures or water courses, Information about existing structures, Previous structural modifications, Fire damage, ground shrinkage, movement or poor maintenance, Difficulties relating to plant and equipment in the premises, Health and safety information contained in earlier design, construction or as built drawings, Health Hazards, Asbestos, including results of surveys, Existing storage of hazardous materials, Contaminated land, including results of surveys, Existing structures containing hazardous materials, Health risks arising from client’s activities, Significant Design And Construction Hazards, Design Assumptions, Suggested Work Methods, Sequences or Control Measures, Arrangements for Co-ordination of Ongoing Design Work and Handling Design Changes, Information on Significant Risks Identified During Design, Materials Requiring Particular Precautions, Construction Phase Plan, Competence, The Health And Safety File.



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