CDM 2015 guidance now available

CDM 2015 guidance now available

Guidance for those preparing and managing ECC contracts on how to properly manage the interactions between CDM and the contract is now available. 

Click on the image below for the guidance note: 

The revised CDM regulations (The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015) came into force in April and replace the 2007 regulations.

They require a principal designer (replacing the CDM coordinator) and principal contractor to be appointed. This should be dealt with in the Works Information/ Service Information/ Scope as applicable. 

ICE Training offers a suite of training programmes that focus specifically on the CDM 2015, the specifications of the Regulations, and how to implement them across industry - find out more.

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