Our CDM coordinator provides our clients with key project advice, overseeing and assisting on all the work carried out to ensure the health and safety of the site and all individuals working on or visiting, both prior and during the construction phrase is being met.
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 came into force on the 1st April 2007 with the focus being on the actions necessary to reduce and manage risks. Our CDM coordinators fulfil all the responsibilities set out in the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 with the key aim to integrate health and safety into the management of the project.
Greenward Associates have a professionally qualified CDM Co-ordinator who is a registered member of the Association of Project Safety which ensures we have design risk management skills and expert knowledge of construction. Our CDM coordinator will build effective relationships with all key personnel and ensure all communication is clear and concise in order to deliver a successful project.
A CDM coordinator needs to be appointed if the development project is going to last longer than 30 days or involve more than 500 person days of construction work. The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 and the Health and Safety Executive must be notified in writing before the project begins.
Where your project requires the services of a CDM Co-ordinator, we have the expertise for designing projects and administering construction contracts, particularly on works in occupied premises where health and safety is paramount.
The key duties of a CDM coordinator are the following:
- Notify the Health and Safety Executive of the project
- Ensure clients comply with current Legislation and advice clients if surveys need to be commissioned
- Assess and advice on the competence of designers and contractors
- Review aspects of design risk management matters
- Ensure coordination, communication and the flow of health and safety between all parties
- Advise clients on the suitability and adequacy of the Construction Phase Plan before the project begins
- Collect and forward pre-construction information
- Produce/update the health and safety files for use at the end of the project