What is a CDM role?
A CDM designer is an organisation or individual who prepares or modifies designs for construction projects, or arranges for, or instructs others to do this. Designs include drawings, specifications and design calculations.
What is the role of the CDM during a regulatory survey?
CDM is the process of collection, cleaning, and management of subject data in compliance with regulatory standards. The primary objective of CDM processes is to provide high-quality data by keeping the number of errors and missing data as low as possible and gather maximum data for analysis.
What are the phases in CDM?
The four phases, or capabilities, of the CDM program are: asset management; identity and access management; network security management; and data protection management.
Who are the 4 main duty holders under CDM?
The CDM 2015 duty holders are:
- Principal Designer.
- Principal Contractor.
How do I become a CDM Coordinator?
CDM Coordinator Training & Qualifications’ These will usually include a degree in construction or engineering as well as some experience related to building surveying. Also, you will need to have health and safety training such as the NEBOSH Construction Certificate or the CDM training.
What are the clients duties under CDM?
What are CDM client duties?
- Make suitable arrangements.
- Allocate sufficient time and resources.
- Appoint a principal designer on projects with more than one contractor.
- Appoint a principal contractor on projects with more than one contractor.
- Ensure work can be carried out without risks to health or safety.
Does ground investigation come under CDM?
Ground investigation providing design data for a development/structure definitely falls under CDM.
What are the 3 phases of construction?
Pre-Construction Phase. The pre-construction phase includes creating a strategic plan for the project, creating a design, securing permits or entitlements, and gathering the labor and resources required for construction.
Who is responsible to complete the construction phase plan?
The Construction Phase Plan is the responsibility of the project’s principal contractor. This is an individual or organisation appointed to manage and control the construction stage of the project and oversee the work of other contractors and workers.
What activities fall under CDM?
It includes preparation for a structure, including site clearance and groundworks, the construction, alteration, conversion, fitting-out, commissioning, renovation, repair, upkeep, redecoration or other maintenance, installation of services, and demolition and dismantling of a structure.
Who appoints the CDM Coordinator?
The CDM co-ordinator is formally appointed by the client on notifiable projects only. The CDM co-ordinator is the enhanced planning supervisor role, first required under CDM1994. The regulations call upon the CDM co-ordinator to be competent and adequately resourced to carry out the duties in the regulations.
Does the role of CDM coordinator still exist?
A key change in the 2015 regulations is the abolition of the CDM co-ordinator. The principal designer is now responsible for ensuring that all designers comply with their duties.