CDM Advice

CDM Advice

True North Safety Solutions can provide advice and assistance on the implementation of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM).

The purpose of CDM is to ensure that health and safety is co-ordinated and managed throughout all stages of a project.  From design and procurement through construction to snagging and commissioning.  The aim is to reduce accidents and ill health.  CDM also aims to ensure the safe use, future alteration and final decommissioning of the final product.

There are three main duty holders.  The client, who has overall responsibility for the successful management of the project, is supported by the principal designer and principal contractor in different phases of the project.

Whatever role you are carrying out, we can offer independent and unbiased advice that can be tailored to suit your needs. 

We are here to help, we can work with you and your team offering support, expertise and knowledge.  It could be all that you need is for someone to confirm what you are doing is correct. 

CDM Client

Client

Find out more about client duties under CDM and how we can help

Contractor

Contractor

Whether you have CDM duties as a principal contractor or contractor find out how we can help

“I worked with Kate for over 5 years on construction projects from initial inception through to completion, and have always found her to have an excellent knowledge of current legislation and health & safety practices on site.  We worked closely together to check the initial designs for H&S conformity and then had regular meetings with site contractors to ensure that good practice throughout the works was followed.

“Kate has a very practical approach to building and construction activities and is quick to offer advice when required.  She has also helped on numerous occasions with H&S training of staff, in particular CDM, and has helped with inductions of operatives including those from overseas.”

Jon P.  Project Engineer

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