The aim of the CDM regulations is to integrate health, safety and welfare into the management of all construction projects and to encourage everyone involved to work together as an integrated team to:
A key theme that runs throughout the Guidance is to ensure that competent (as defined in the regulations) appointments are made as early as possible in the life of the project.
The role of the CDM co-ordinator is to provide the client with a key project advisor in terms of construction health and safety risk management. Under the Regulations, a CDM co-ordinator must be appointed if a project is deemed as being notifiable to the HSE (i.e. will last longer than 30 days or involve more than 500 person days).
Our dedicated team of CDM Co-ordinators have been involved with the CDM Regulations since they came about in 1995. We have competent professionals, qualified RMaPS (Registered Members of the APS) with extensive experience of the construction process, who are chartered surveyors, and have been involved in a wide range of projects, in both the private and public sectors. We understand practical construction issues in relation to the Health, Safety and Welfare of workers carrying out construction, demolition, renovation and maintenance and are familiar with all aspects of the design process.