Association for Project Safety (APS)
CDM2007 Design Risk Management Course
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 (CDM2007) require a cultural change in the management of health and safety by the construction project team, but particular emphasis is placed on the requirements for competence of designers, design co-ordination and communication of design information.
The designer is a fundamental member of the project team and has a significant input throughout the lifecycle of the project, from feasibility design through to construction. CDM2007 makes specific demands on the designer to consider health and safety risks associated with the construction, commissioning, use, maintenance, repair, testing, cleaning, decommissioning and demolition of their designs and attempt to eliminate or reduce those risks by their design decisions.
The Association for Project Safety (APS) and Callsafe Services Limited (Callsafe) believe that the full benefit of CDM2007 can only be achieved by meeting the philosophy implied within CDM2007 that requires that Designers are proactive and fully integrated members of the project team.
This two-day course is designed to provide Designers and Design Risk Managers with the necessary knowledge and confidence in the performance of the task to ensure compliance with the designers’ duties under CDM2007.
The course is highly interactive and includes presentations, notes, syndicated exercises, delegate discussions; and an examination to ensure learning outcomes.
An individual who successfully completes the accredited course in CDM2007 Design Risk Management may claim 3 points (as detailed in the Qualifications and Experience table on the APS website) towards meeting Full Membership of APS.
An individual who meets the above criteria will also be exempt from sitting the Examination for admission to the APS Register of Designers for a period of three months from the date on which APS issues a certificate confirming successful completion of an accredited course.
This course is also recognised by RIBA as CPD for architects.
This course is aimed at design team members and managers who wish to ensure effective design risk management and compliance with the CDM2007 designers’ duties to a professional and benchmarked standard as set by APS. The course will also benefit other construction and health and safety professionals with an interest in the values and philosophies of risk reduction by design.
Delegates should have a basic understanding of CDM2007, associated construction related legislation and the ways in which construction projects are procured and managed.
The Callsafe tutors are widely experienced in the understanding and practical application of the regulations and are practicing CDM Co-ordinators. They also have extensive experience working for and on behalf of clients, designers, and principal contractors and contractors. All of the tutors are Registered CDM Co-ordinator Members or Fellows of the APS, RFaPS or RMaPS.
On completion of the course, delegates should:
- understand the designers’ duties under the CDM regulations 2007;
- know how to effectively reduce risk by design; and
- be familiar and confident in the supply of information and production of evidence.
- Design Risk Management and Project Risk Management
- Construction Related Health and Safety Legislation
- Personal Safety & Professional Responsibility
- Role of the Designer in Construction
- Design Risk Management Services & Systems
- Advising the Client
- Demonstrating and Assessing Competence and Resources
- Hazard Identification and Working within the Team
- Contractor Related Issues and Design During Construction
- Designer Input into Information (PCI, CPP & HSF)
Maximum number of course delegates: 16
This course is offered as a public course, for individuals to book and attend.
Course Cost: £600.00 per delegate, plus VAT (Discounts for multiple bookings)
Currently programmed public courses are:
- Wednesday & Thursday, 8 & 9 October 2014 (Staffordshire)
This course is also offered as an in-house course, where an organisation can book the tutor for the 2 days and the course is presented within the organisation’s own premises, This option can reduce the course cost and the travel/accommodation costs where the organisation has a number of their staff requiring this training.
A lump sum price can be provided for in-house courses.