CDM Principal Designer
Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM Principal Designer)
A significant number of health and safety issues are a result of poor planning and management.
The CDM Regulations were introduced to provide a process to manage health and safety in the development of Real Estate, for both new build and refurbishment schemes.
How we can help with CDM?
Anstey Horne provides specialist advice to identify and elimate health and safety risks as CDM principal designer in a statutory role or CDM advisor in a contractual role, in order to give our clients confidence that their legal obligations are met.
We pride ourselves in being highly experienced in this area, collaborating with design teams to identify risk, opportunity and solutions to provide a quality service to our clients.
What makes our approach to CDM different?
We look to find solutions that allow our clients to achieve their ambitions, whilst enabling obligations to be met and consistently exceeding their expectations.
As each project enters the construction phase, we comment and report on the adequacy of the construction phase plan, assist in the notification to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and undertake site visits to check that arrangements identified in the construction phase plan are adhered to.
Working collaboratively with both client, designers and contractors, we support all parties throughout the design stages from the evaluation of temporary works through to the permanent construction.
From start to finish, we advise on, monitor and manage CDM compliance to ensure, so far as reasonably practicable, that each project is delivered smoothly and safely, providing the relevant documentation on completion.
For any help or advice on CDM issues, please contact :
Mark Dunn, Associate Director