Main course last for approx. 35 minutes (excluding time taken for final exam)
Main courses are priced at £25 + VAT
A project can be construction, maintenance, repair or demolition of any building, timber, masonry, metal or reinforced concrete structure, railway line or siding, tramway line, dock, harbor, inland navigation, tunnel, shaft, bridge, viaduct, waterworks, reservoir, pipe or pipeline, cable, aqueduct, sewer, sewage works, gasholder, road, airfield, sea defense works, river works, drainage works, earthworks, lagoon, dam, wall, caisson, mast, tower, pylon, underground tank, earth retaining structure, or structure designed to preserve or alter any natural feature, and fixed plant.
This course is for anyone involved in any stage of a construction project. So if you are the client, designer, contractor, appointed principal designer, appointed principal contractor, or if you design or construct for a domestic client then this course applies to you. the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 apply to all types of construction work, no matter how big or small the job is, or whether it is for a commercial or domestic client.
A brief outline of the requirements of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015. Including definitions, applications and the main duties placed on the duty holders.
If your organisation performs any of the duties under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015, persons performing these duties on your behalf need to understand and appreciate the duties placed upon them. Even if persons such as managers and procurement do not directly perform these duties they need to have an understanding of the requirements.
“In order for The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations to apply, two criteria must apply:
1. The work must be to a structure;
2. The work must be construction.
This course covers the following:
Introduction to The Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015
Application of the Regulations.
The Construction Design and Management Regulations 2015 L153, Managing health and safety in construction.
General Principles of Prevention.
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