Health & Safety
(CDM Coordinator Roles & CDM Regs. 2007)

The ‘CDM Coordinator’ role came in to effect on 6th April 2007 under the new CDM Regulations and placed significant requirements on clients carrying out construction works. This replaces and enhances the old role of ‘Planning Supervisor’.

At Sheeley & Associates, we use our construction expertise to add value from the outset of all projects expected to be over 30 days or 500 person days in the construction phase.

The new CDM Regs. focus on competency and as a specialised practice, we not only do we deliver this, we also give insight and suggest solutions through experience on hundreds of jobs per year, we do this quickly and cost effectively too.

Health and safety in both construction and the foreseeable use of a building MUST be a design consideration under the CDM Regs. You are required by legislation to appoint a CDM Coordinator early on to help build in Health & Safety from the start of design work in order to take account of Health and Safety provisions.

If you have any questions on your legal
responsibilities under the CDM Regs 2007, please do not hesitate to get in contact.