By: ARP Building Consultancy Ltd  02/06/2010
Keywords: CDM-Coordinator

Here at ARP we offer our services as CDM-Coordinator being members of the Association for Project Safety and having RMaPS status. 

The CDM Regulations (1994), updated in 2007, place legal responsibilities on Clients, Designers, Contractors and everyone generally involved with a construction project in respect of Health & Safety.  Their duties are set out in the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) document CDM Regulations 2007.

The main duty of a Client is to appoint a CDM-C as soon as the decision to commit to the project has been made.  We are happy to advise Clients to ensure that they comply with their requirements and can discharge their duties accordingly.

Domestic (not for profit) projects are exempt and do not fall under the Regulations however Contractors will still need to have suitable Health & Safety procedures in place so that the project can be undertaken safely.

Where a commercial project lasts longer than 500 man hours or 30 days then the CDM Regulations apply.

Feel free to contact ARP for advice in respect of the CDM Regulations - we are happy to discuss this with you and should you need the services of a CDM-Coordinator then we are here to assist.

Keywords: CDM-Coordinator

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