Construction, Design and Management (CDM) Regulaions 2007

The Construction, Design and Management (CDM) Regulations 2007 focuse their attenetion on what?
the effective planning and management of construction projects, from the desing concept though to maintance and repair.
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What is the aim of CDM regulations 2007?
health and Safety considerations to be integrated into a projects development, rather then be an inconvient afterthought.
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The CDM Regulations reduce the risk of what?
Harm to those that have to work on or use the structure thoourghout its life, form construction to demolition.
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The CDM regulations apply to all projects except for whom?
private clients, ie work thta isnt in furtherance of a business intrest. Property developers need to follow the CDM Regualtions.
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Under the CDM regulations, the HSE must be notified where the construction work will take
more than 30 working days
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500 working days in total, ie if 100 people work for 5 days (500 working days) the HSE will have to be notified.
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What is the aim of CDM regulations 2007?

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health and Safety considerations to be integrated into a projects development, rather then be an inconvient afterthought.

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The CDM regulations apply to all projects except for whom?

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Under the CDM regulations, the HSE must be notified where the construction work will take

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