Complying with the CDM Regulations: 10 Tips for Architects

Architects are doing something creative and positive every working day by supporting the building of new homes, schools and hospitals. They are the core of construction and in a position to improve the performance of health and safety on site and for end users even before the construction has begun.

By consideration of health and safety, the whole project team can provide the Client with a project that is focused on design risk management and the health and safety needs of those constructing, maintaining and using the buildings and structures.

The following ten tips have been provided by the HSE to assist Architects during design development to consider health and safety risks that maybe created and encountered by their designs and to support them in meeting their legal obligations under CDM2007.

For more information on architects duties under CDM contact Andrew on 07870 777303

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