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Understanding the CDM 2007 Regulations 2nd ed isbn 9780415556538

Understanding the CDM Regulations


ISBN13: 9780419224204
ISBN: 0419224203
New Edition ISBN: 9780415556538
Published: November 2006
Publisher: Spon Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print



Understanding the CDM Regulations aims to provide the construction professional with practical guidelines for the implementation of the Construction Design and Management regulations. The 1994 regulations have imposed significant new duties upon construction clients, designers and contractors. This book introduces a coordinated framework for the management of health and safety during construction projects large and small.

This unique approach explains the new role of the Planning Supervisor and discusses the duties of all parties involved in construction projects. It provides varied, real life case studies of the implementation and interpretation of the regulations in practice. It contains extensive checklists, diagrams, standard letters and forms for use by the various parties involved. Understanding the CDM Regulations is essential reading for all construction professionals supervising projects of more than four people, lasting more than thirty days.

Subjects:
Construction Law
Contents:
Introduction/overview.
Legal framework.
Requirements of the regulations (including duties of the various parties).
Implementation of the regulations.
Approaches to risk assessment.
Documentation (including standard letters, forms, etc).
Alternative approaches/case studies.