CDM Adviser

handshake suit hardhat thumb medium200 133With our vast experience with low (£10K) - medium (£15M) sized construction projects Absolute Health and Safety Solutions Ltd offer the role of CDM Adviser. Since the changes of the Construction Design and Management Regulations (both in 2005 and 2015), we have supported our Clients (who under CDM 2015 are Clients, Principal Designers, Designers, Principal Contractors or Contractors) with a cost effect way of addressing Health and Safety with multiple projects . We have found this service offers guidance and is able to assist Duty Holders who may feel concerned that they are not meeting their obligations under what appears to be ever changing legislation. 

 


This service is also available to provide assistance to: 

Clients, who are either preparing to embark on a project or in early the stages of undertaking a project and have concerns as to their Health and Safety responsibilities, maybe prior to/or following appointing Principal Contractors and/or Principal Designers in accordance with CDM 2015

Principal Contractors, who wish assistance with ensuring that they are fully compliant with the requirements of undertaking a construction project to meet CDM 2015

Contractors, who require assistance with improving their health and safety whilst operating under a Principal Contractor in line with CDM 2015 

By engaging Absolute Health and Safety Solutions Ltd we can offer a friendly service that can interact with your project team(s) and assist you in reviewing one or more projects as they progress through different stages and advise on Health and Safety requirements, which in turn reinforces your competency to meet the requirements of the Principal Designer role in line with CDM 2015.

Our CDM 2015 Flowchart can be utlised to see where you feel you need our assistance 

We cover the following areas within the UK:

CDM Adviser in Cheshire (including: Chester, Stockport, Birkenhead, Wallasey, Runcorn, Macclesfield and Crewe)

CDM Adviser in Derbyshire (including: Derby, Chesterfield, Ilkeston, Swadlincote, Buxton, Matlock and Ashbourne)

CDM Adviser in Gloucestershire (including: Gloucester, Bristol, Cheltenham, Stroud, Cirencester and Tewkesbury)

CDM Adviser in Hertfordshire (including: Hatfield, Hitchin, Potters Bar, Watford, Welwyn Garden City, Royston, Stevenage, Hemel Hempstead)

CDM Adviser in Lancashire (Including: Accrington, Blackburn, Haydock, Lancaster, Liverpool, Manchester)

CDM Adviser in Leicestershire (including: Ashby de la Zouch, Hinckley, Leicester, Loughborough, Wigston)

CDM Adviser in Lincolnshire (including: Lincoln, Grantham, Grimsby, Spalding, Skegness, Gainsborough)

CDM Adviser in Nottinghamshire (including: Nottingham, Mansfield, Worksop, Newark, Retford and Wellingborough)

CDM Adviser in Northamptonshire (including: Northampton, Peterborough, Corby, Kettering and Wellingborough)

CDM Adviser in Shropshire (including: Telford, Shrewsbury, Oswestry, Bridgnorth, Newport, Ludlow, Market Drayton)

CDM Adviser in Staffordshire (including: Burton on Trent, Cannock, Denstone, Frognall, Lichfield, Stoke on Trent, Tamworth)

CDM Adviser in West Midlands (including: Birmingham, Coventry, Wolverhampton, Walsall, Dudley, Tividale, Tipton)

CDM Adviser in Worcestershire (including: Worcester, Dudley, Kidderminster, Stourbridge, Halesowen, Malvern and Evesham)

CDM Adviser in Yorkshire (Including: Blackburn, Halifax, Harrogate, Kingston Upon Hull, Leeds, Redcar)

 

 

More Information

The HSE provide simple guidance for Duty Holders for:

Further presentations on the other duty holders can be found on the HSE CDM 2015 Construction webpages. The HSE now offer millions of pounds worth of free publications. A free-to-download web-friendly version of L153 Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 - Approved Code of Practice, (Published 2015) is now available. This version has been adapted for online use from HSE’s current printed version. 

 

Further free to download HSE guidance produced with CITB can be found at the CITB webpages

If you are interested in discussing any element of our CDM Adviser Service and associated costs, please contact us

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    Employers need to have vetting controls in place to assess contractors’ competencies for health, safety and environmental management. As an employer, you may need to show how effective your control system for the management of contractors is if something goes wrong.

    • Employers need to be confident that contractors have suitable and sufficient insurance cover for the work they will carry out.

    • Employers also need to ensure that contractors have suitable and sufficient risk assessments and a method statement for their activities.

    • Additionally, employers should check up on the contractors’ accident statistics and whether they have received any formal notices from enforcing authorities.

    The importance of controlling contractors mainly relates to physical work such as building work, maintenance work and working at height. Even window-cleaning work is included. It is particularly relevant to fire safety systems. There had been numerous cases of fires starting on sites because hot work carried out by contractors has not been sufficiently observed or safely controlled.

    There are a huge range of questions employers could reasonably ask a contractor before they start on site.  Absolute Health and Safety Solutions Ltd advise employers to find out what these questions are, and to not be afraid to ask them

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     
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