Health And Safety
Construction Design and Management Regulations 2007
This service only applies to non-residential clients.
We have an in-house registered CDM Co-Ordinator to oversee and assist you throughout your project to ensure you comply with your duties as stipulated in the Construction Design and Management Regulations 2007.
The regulations state that ideally, a CDM Co-Ordinator should be instructed at the design stage of your project in order that the health and safety aspects are considered and incorporated from the very start. The CDM Co-Ordinator will liaise with the design team and the contractors throughout the project notifying the Health and Safety Executive when required. After a final site inspection once the project is complete, you will be provided with a Health and Safety file containing all the details of the project, ie the materials used and a list of the contractors and consultants who had been involved.