The new CDM 2015 regulations makes the client accountable for the impact their decision and approach have on health, safety and welfare on the project. As a result the legislation poses new and enhanced duties on all clients responsible for the delivery of all projects.
A key requirement is for clients to maintain and review their arrangements to ensure health & safety remains relevant throughout the life of the project. Clients must also assess the progress of the project and determine whether health and safety standards are being met.
To assist our clients to fulfil their new legal duties we have developed a scope of services to ensure compliance.
The new regulations require the appointment of a Principal Designer to be in control of the design process (where there is more than one contractor) .The Principal Designer must co-ordinate matters relating to health and safety at the pre-construction phase and ensure the principles of prevention are taken into account by the design team. This must also include providing relevant information to other duty holders.
Baily Garner are able to assist the Principal Designer comply with their duties by co-ordinating work of others in the project team to ensure significant and foreseeable risks are managed throughout the design process. In addition we are also able to assist with compiling the H&S File on completion of the project.
For further details how how we can assist you and for a full copy of our scope of services please contact email@example.com