January 9, 2015

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CDM 2015 draft guidance published

1361061_26986297CITB have published draft guidance for the long-awaited Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 ahead of the HSE’s official guidance documents. The main changes include:

  • An existing member of the design team will take responsibility for co-ordination of the pre-construction phase, replacing the CDM co-ordinator by principal designer.
  •  There will be more emphasis on the client, as head of the supply chain, to set standards throughout a project.
  •  Part four of the guidance, the technical standards, remain essentially unchanged from CDM 2007

The documents can be downloaded from the CITB site. The regulations will come into force on 6 April 2015. The HSE are due to publish the official guidance documents later today.

Keep an eye on SHP Online for full analysis of the guidance.

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