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The Guide sets out the objectives for the CDM Co-ordinator and the processes needed to achieve these objectives. It promotes strategies that will help to create a team approach to the management of Health and Safety and encourages the delivery of focused information to those who need it. It also highlights possible misapprehensions and can offer an approach to follow when things are not going as planned.

The Guide is geared towards the needs of the single practitioner, or small/medium-size practices, who offer CDM Co-ordination services either as a single service or in addition to other services. APS recognises that many larger organisations are likely to have developed procedural guides of their own and may perhaps therefore only use this Guide as a check or point of reference. Newcomers to CDM Co-ordination practice can make use of this Guide to assist understanding of the range and scale of the management of CDM Co-ordination and some established practices may wish to check their own systems against the standards set out in this Guide.  

  • Please note this document refers to the 2007 regulations

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PRODUCT CODE: CDMC GUIDE 2007

Subject: CDM 2007

Type: Guide

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The Guide sets out the objectives for the CDM Co-ordinator and the processes needed to achieve these objectives. It promotes strategies that will help to create a team approach to the management of Health and Safety and encourages the delivery of focused information to those who need it. It also highlights possible misapprehensions and can offer an approach to follow when things are not going as planned.

The Guide is geared towards the needs of the single practitioner, or small/medium-size practices, who offer CDM Co-ordination services either as a single service or in addition to other services. APS recognises that many larger organisations are likely to have developed procedural guides of their own and may perhaps therefore only use this Guide as a check or point of reference. Newcomers to CDM Co-ordination practice can make use of this Guide to assist understanding of the range and scale of the management of CDM Co-ordination and some established practices may wish to check their own systems against the standards set out in this Guide.  

  • Please note this document refers to the 2007 regulations

Click here to view publication delivery information