The Construction Design and Management Regulations 2007 (CDM) are designed to improve health and safety and manage the risks on site. A CDMC (Construction Design and Management Coordinator) is a qualified Health and Safety professional, whose role is to advise the Client on health and safety issues during the design and planning phases of construction work and is someone who has and knowledge and experience of planning, management, construction, and communications. Duties include ensuring the appointment of competent designers and contractors, notifying the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) about the project, advising the client on the suitability of the initial construction phase plan and the arrangements made to ensure welfare facilities are on site from the start and producing a health and safety file suitable for use at the end of the construction phase.

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