CDM and Legionella Awareness for Home Adaptations - One Day Course
This course is designed to provide an understanding of the requirements of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM2015) and the protection against legionella for organisations and personnel involved in home adaptations. Our experienced trainer is a Registered CDM Co-ordinator with the APS and is a Fellow of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM).
Basic detailsVenue: The Altro Showroom London, 15 Clerkenwell Green, London, EC1R 0DP
When: Tue 11 December 2018
09:30 – 17:00Cost: £228 (incl. VAT)
What can you expect to learn?
Session 1 Introduction and Setting Course Objectives
Session 2 CDM2015 Legislation and Guidance
Review of the Regulations and Guidance, with emphasis on L153, Managing Health and Safety in Construction.
Session 3 Duties of the CDM2015 Duty Holders
The duties of the Client, Principal Designer, Designers, Principal Contractor and Contractors duty holders. Discussion on when the work would be for a domestic client or a commercial client.
Session 4 CDM2015 Clients
Management of project health and safety. Appointments. Evaluating skills, knowledge, experience, capability and resources. Pre-Construction Information (PCI). Notification to HSE. Health and Safety File (HSF).
Session 5 CDM2015 Principal Designer (PD)
Pre-Construction Information (PCI). Control of the design. Health and Safety File (HSF).
Session 6 CDM2015 Designers
An illustration of the requirements to eliminate and reduce risks by design. Information transfer and co-operation with the principal designer and other designers, etc.
Session 7 Legionella
Sources of legionella. Legal requirements and guidance available. Design, maintenance, repair and inspection.
Session 8 CDM2015 Principal Contractor (PC)
Development and implementing the Construction Phase Plan (CPP) and managing other contractors.
Session 9 CDM2015 Contractors
Management, co-operation, co-ordination, communication, information and training. Summary of CDM2015, Part 4, General Requirements for all Construction Sites and CDM2015, Schedule 2, Welfare.
Session 10 Examination
Closed book, multi-choice examination.
Session 11 Course Review and Conclusion
What are the course objectives?
Upon completion of the course, delegates should:
Understand the need and application of the CDM regulations for both domestic and commercial clients;
Understand the duties and responsibilities of the client, principal designer, designers, principal contractor and contractors; and
Appreciate the extent that legionella needs to be considered and managed.
What else is included?
Lunch will be provided on the day along with tea/coffee provisions. For any additional information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org