8 ways manufacturers could get caught out by the 2015 CDM regulations

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As the construction industry gears up to the new Construction Design and Management (CDM) Regulations which come in to force on April 6 2015, we look at the key areas of concern.

As Health & Safety and Climate & Environment area lead for the North, Mike has extensive experience in a range of industries including manufacturing, construction, utilities and property management over an eighteen year period. Having worked in-company as well as in consultancy roles, he is experienced at implementing and running management systems to BS EN ISO 9001, BS EN ISO 14001 and BS OHSAS 18001. This has recently led to Mike becoming EEF’s representative at the British Standards Institute on the committee, working on the development of ISO 45001, the ISO replacement for BS OHSAS 18001. Experienced in construction related issues from a client, consultant and contractor perspective, Mike has helped organisations from the shop floor up to executive levels.

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EEF’s Construction and Design Management Training Course has been specially designed for key duty holders under the CDM and to empower delegates with all of the legal information they would need to fulfil their role.  The course will help you to comply with and understand the new legislation and what you need to do.

EEF are hosting a series of breakfast briefings across the country to highlight some of the issues in the new regulations.  They are available to members and non-members alike.

 

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