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CDM Coordinator Services
Rider Levett Bucknall have been successfully providing CDM services since the CDM Regulations were introduced in 1994.
Our CDM co-ordinator service combines a consistent structured approach to this professional proactive co-ordination service, from a basis of sound construction knowledge and CDM experience, in accordance with the competency requirements of the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007.
Rider Levett Bucknall are corporate members of the Association for Project Safety (APS) and our CDM co-ordinators are able to advise and assist our clients to achieve compliance with their statutory duties under CDM 2007, for both notifiable and non-notifiable projects.
Our aim is to:
- Make safety an integral part of managing construction projects
- Identify risks as early in the design stage as possible
- Encourage cooperative and collaborative working between all parties
- Fully engage all duty holders in the principles of prevention
- Improve health and safety project planning
- Reduce bureaucratic paperwork and promote communication
We provide our CDM co-ordinator service nationally, through our network of offices, to a wide range of client developers, owners, institutions and public bodies, across a wide range of sectors. Our appointments vary from national framework agreements and client retainers to individual project appointments.
Rider Levett Bucknall have the resources, systems and flexibility to deliver projects ranging from minor refurbishment to major complex regeneration projects.
Our range of services includes:
- CDM co-ordinator services
- Best practice CDM services
- Competence Assessment of Designers and Contractors
- Preparation of Demonstration of Competence
- CDM Regulations 2007 Training and Advice
- Health and Safety Advice
- Health and Safety Audits
We also provide selected health and safety services on a bespoke basis, to our global clients whose preference is for continual best practice.