One-day course is specifically aimed at Designers wanting to take on the Principal Designer role and explore the practicalities of design risk management. The Association for Project Safety (APS) accredit this course. Upon completion of the course and successful passing of the required APS membership criteria, candidates may apply for full membership of the Association.
By the end of the course delegates should:
Be aware of the structure and range of UK health and Safety law.
Understand the scope and application of CDM 2015.
Know the potential duty holder and what is expected of them.
Recognise the appropriate level of advice and assistance needed to support the client on any given project.
Evaluate what preconstruction information will be appropriately required and passed on to other relevant duty holders on any given project.
Appreciate the way in which duty holders’ interface with the Principal Designer.
Recognise and apply suitable management arrangements for successful preconstruction phase health and safety.
Suitability: Any design related professional who wishes to either take on or understand more about the role of the Principal Designer.
Delegate pre-requisites: There is a requirement that each delegate will have background knowledge of H&S Legislation with an emphasis on CDM. Delegates will be expected to have an understanding the Health and Safety at Work Act and relevant regulations.
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