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The reality of CDM 2015
A practical look at the Principal Designer role

 

Two years on from CDM 2015 IIRSM are running a series of one day events, in partnership with the RIBA, to address specific concerns and provide practical advice on dealing with challenges or confusion surrounding the regulations and the role of Principal Designer.

Who should attend?

  • Health and safety professionals
  • Architects
  • Designers
  • Clients and Principal Contractors

Who is speaking?

  • International Institute of Risk & Safety Management
  • Health and Safety Executive
  • Royal Institute of British Architects
  • Association for Project Safety
  • Institution of Civil Engineers
  • Nick Bell Risk Consultancy
  • Construction Industry Training Board
  • Client and Principal Contractor representatives

What will the event cover?

  • An overview of the changes
  • Myths and gaps
  • The delivery of CDM 2015
  • Practical approaches/ solutions
  • Resources and guidance
  • Q&A sessions

Venue:
27 June - Leeds: Clayton Hotel, City Walk, Sweet Street, LS11 9AT
28 June - London: 15 Westferry Circus, Auditorium 1 and 2, Canary Wharf E14 4HD SOLD OUT! 

Customers receiving membership discount cannot use discount codes on this event.

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When
Tuesday, 27 June, 2017 - 09:00 - 17:00
Where
LEEDS
Price
Members:
£132.00
Including VAT
Non-Members
£180.00
Including VAT

Event Date & Location







9.30
Registration and refreshments
10.00
Session 1: Welcome and scene setting (Chair & Supporting Chair)
Recap on CDM 2015 - fundamental changes
The challenges being faced 2 years in
10.15
Session 2: Myths and gaps
Clarifying the PD role/HSE position statement - Gavin Bull
Highlighting the gaps in health and safety from a client’s perspective - Clive Johnson, IIRSM
What is “design risk management” under CDM 2015 – Colin Seditas, APS
Dispelling the myths – “Significant risks”, “In Control”, “SFARP”, “Proportionality”, “PD default in domestic projects” - Paul Bussey, RIBA
What is “CDM Collaboration” Teamwork – TBC, ICE
11.05
Feedback from audience/discussion on their experiences with speakers from session 1.
11.30
Coffee/tea break
11.45
Session 3: The delivery of the PD role under CDM 2015
View point – Skills, Knowledge and Experience of the PD - Alison Rodgers, CITB
View point – Client expectations of the PD , baseline and best practice – Clive Johnson, IIRSM
Viewpoint – The Principal contractor’s expectations of the PD – Laing O’Rourke or MACE
Case study – A project delivery example
13.00
Lunch and networking
13.45
Summary of morning session and introduction to afternoon session
13.50
Session 4: Practical approaches/solutions to the PD role
Case study: Proportionality/scaling up/scaling down – Nick Bell, IIRSM
ICE approach - The CDM Strategy Brief – TBC, ICE
H&S Advisers/CDM-Consultants/the place for health and safety/ advice for clients and for contractors on site – Colin Seditas, APS
14.30
Coffee/tea break
14.45
Continuation of Case Studies/practical approaches/solutions
Developing Principal Designer documentation and processes- Paul Bussey
Guidance for clients/monitoring - Clive Johnson, IIRSM/Land Securities
15.30
Q&A with all speakers on Rostrum
16.00
Session 5: Where do we go from here?
Summary
Practical approaches
Solutions and resources
Future Collaboration
16.30
Close
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Who should attend?
  • Health and safety professionals
  • Architects
  • Designers
  • Clients and Principal
  • Contractors
Who is speaking?
  • Health and Safety Executive
  • International Institute of Risk & Safety Management
  • Royal Institute of British Architects
  • Association for Project Safety
  • Institution of Civil Engineers
  • Nick Bell Risk Consultancy
  • Construction Industry Training Board
  • Client and Principal Contractor representatives
What will the event cover?
  • An overview of the changes
  • Myths and gaps
  • The delivery of CDM 2015
  • Practical approaches/ solutions
  • Resources and guidance
  • Q&A sessions