Who enforces the CDM regulations?
the Health and Safety Executive (HSE)
Except in two circumstances the CDM Regulations are enforced by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) under the Health and Safety at Work etc.
Who are the 4 main duty holders under CDM?
Who Are The CDM 2015 Duty Holders?
- Principal Designer.
- Principal Contractor.
What are the 5 main parts of CDM?
CDM 2015 is divided into five parts: Part 1 deals with the application of CDM 2015 and definitions….
- Regulation 4 Client duties in relation to managing projects.
- Regulation 5 Appointment of the principal designer and the principal contractor.
- Regulation 6 Notification.
- Regulation 7 Application to domestic clients.
What does Part 4 of the CDM Regulations identify?
Part 4 of CDM is all about what happens on the site, during the construction work. So the duties contained within part 4 are specific to contractors, and contractors must comply with the requirements on their construction sites. This Part applies only to a construction site.
Who is responsible for enforcing general process fire precautions on construction sites?
The responsible person will usually be the main or principal contractor in control of the site. You should identify sources of fuel and ignition and establish general fire precautions including, means of escape, warning and fighting fire, based on your fire risk assessment.
Who is responsible for enforcing fire safety in UK?
In the majority of premises, local fire and rescue authorities are responsible for enforcing this fire safety legislation. HSE has enforcement responsibility on construction sites, for nuclear premises, and on ships under construction or undergoing repair.
Who are the duty holders?
In construction, a duty holder is any person who is appointed to be responsible for a specific aspect of a building or project. Their responsibility is usually to maintain an overall standard and quality that is conducive to good health and safety and quality of work.
Who are the main duty holders under CDM?
- Principals. Client. Domestic Client. Principal Designer. Principal Contractor.
- Others. Designer. Contractor.
Who is the client CDM?
The client is defined in the CDM regulations as “any person for whom a project is carried out”. This could be a single person, a group of people, even a business. The client is usually the person instructing contractors and designers, and deciding what work will be done.
Who prepares the health and safety file under CDM 2015?
the principal designer
The CDM health and safety file is prepared by the principal designer (with input from the principal contractor and the rest of the project team).
Who is CDM?
The Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program is a United States government cybersecurity initiative led by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) leads CDM with the stated purpose of: Improving federal cybersecurity response capabilities.
Who is responsible person fire safety?
The Responsible Person In most circumstances the owner, employer or occupier of the premises is responsible for ensuring and maintaining correct fire safety and procedures – known as the “responsible person”.
What are the three main roles of a CDM?
As illustrated in the graphic below, CDM 2015 defines a number of roles with different duties within construction projects. The three main CDM roles are CDM client, designer and contractor.
What are the phases of a CDM project?
CDM 2015 refers to two main phases of a project. These are: The ‘pre-construction phase’, which is the period of time during which design or preparatory tasks for construction work is carried out. This may continue into the next (construction) phase.
Is there a code of practice for CDM 2015?
HSE has published Legal Series guidance that supports CDM 2015 and explains it in more detail. HSE will seek views later in 2015 on whether to replace this guidance with an Approved Code of Practice, which many in the industry indicated they would prefer in the 2014 public consultation.