Clients: Fulfulling your obligations under CDM regulations
Location: Lecture Room 1 Riddel Hall, Belfast
Date: 11 September 2019
The 2016 Construction, Design and Management (CDM) regulations imposed a number of significant legal responsibilities on construction clients. Whilst architects, contractors and other consultants are mostly up-to-speed with the new regulations many construction clients are not fully aware of their obligations despite the fact that failure to comply may constitute a criminal offence. This is understandable as there has been a dearth of awareness training on the client’s role.
To address this RSUA is holding a half-day seminar on the Clients roles, duties and responsibilities under CDM(NI)2016. It is relevant to anyone who has, is or is likely to be a client for a construction project. It is relevant regardless of the size of the project and applies to clients of one-off and multiple projects.
- Introduction to CDM(NI)2016
- Managing projects
- Time & Resources
- Schedule 2
- Construction Phase Plan
- Health & Safety File
- Ensuring compliance
- The Domestic Client
Jim Armstrong is founder and Director of DIMENSIONS Design & Management Ltd. Jim has over twenty years’ experience, eighteen self-employed, as Chartered Architect and CDM Consultant – including Planning Supervisor / CDM Co-ordinator / CDM Principal Designer under past / current UK legislation and PSDP under Irish legislation. Jim has been one of RSUA’s key delivery partners in CDM training.
2pm to 5pm on Wednesday 11th September 2019
Tea and coffee will be available from 1.30pm
Lecture Room 1, Riddel Hall, Stranmillis Road, Belfast