Risk Assessment for DesignersLiaise more closely with the CDM Co-ordinator.
Training for Construction Designers
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 requires designers and design practices to demonstrate to clients that they:
"have in place, and implement, training arrangements to ensure your employees have the skills and understanding necessary to discharge their duties as designers.
You should have in place a programme for refresher training, for example a Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programme or life-long learning which will keep your employees updated on new developments and changes to legislation or good health and safety practice.
This applies throughout the organisation - from Board or equivalent, to trainees." [CDM2007 ACOP Appendix 4]
Simmons delivers this course to explain to designers their revised duties under CDM 2007 and give practical examples of how they can best be discharged.
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