The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM) have been revised and place specific requirements on a number of dutyholders during the course of a construction / civil engineering project. These duties impact from the conceptual stage of a project. From CDM advisor placements and site audits to CDM Training and Workshops, CDM Scotland can help. Browse our wide range of CDM related services below.
Our CDM services include:
We can act as an independent advisor on behalf of individual duty holders including Clients, Designers, Principal Contractors and Contractors to ensure that all works are carried out in accordance with the requirements of CDM2015.
CDM2015 places a significant responsibility on the Client to ensure the works are carried out in full accordance with the spirit of the regulations. We can provide advice and recommendations on a one off or ongoing basis throughout a project or projects to ensure that both the client and other duty holders maintain compliance and best practice standards.
We can carry out an independent audit on your project or specific site to ascertain compliance with the requirements of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015. After the audit we will issue a detailed report into our findings and make recommendations where improvements could be made.
We pride ourselves finding solutions to problems before you know there is a problem.
We can carry out detailed competency checks and assessments on all parties involved in a project. On a corporate level we can also establish, monitor and manage an approved dutyholder database which allows an organisation to demonstrate at all levels that they have checked and confirmed the competency and resources of those they employ to act on their behalf.
Who better to carry out CDM Awareness Training than practicing CDM specialists who are highly regarded within the industry? We can present a number of training courses tailored to your organisation and company focus area. We can provide training at a location of your choice, or we can host training at our office in Ayr.
The ethos of CDM is to remove risk in the first instance through design and to ensure that suitable and sufficient planning and preparation is undertaken prior to a project commencing. In order to ensure a successful project, you want to build from a solid foundation. To achieve this, we can facilitate safety in design reviews to ensure all aspects in the lifecycle of your project are considered.
Lessons Learned Workshops
Learning from the things around us is key to moving forward. We can facilitate ‘project safety risk and lessons learned’ workshops which ensure that the project team identify not only problems and issues encountered but also the positive aspects of a project.
Moving forward, the findings of the ‘lessons learned’ form the benchmark for your next project.
A key tool in mitigating and managing risk is through design risk analysis. Design risk is not solely concentrated at the pre-construction stage but evolves throughout the works on site. We utilise a staged process to identify hazards pre, during and post construction to track and close out design issues.
Our experience comes from time spent working on sites and realising the problems and issues faced. This experience allows us to develop and review risk assessments and SSoW then formulate site specific documentation and procedures which will work for you.