CDM for Designers

CDM for Designers

Sector specific training on the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM) applied to wind projects, turbines and BoP and the role of designers and the application of Design Risk Management (DRM). Provides practical insight into the principles and practice to address the significant risks relevant to the life cycle of wind infrastructure projects. Can be adapted to apply to UK & International Projects.

Topics

Key areas covered in the standard course include:

  • CDM requirements
    – Role of Designer/Principal Designer
  • Safe & Healthy Design
  • Understanding the life cycle risks of offshore wind projects
  • Identifying and assessing significant H&S risks
    – ALARP/Tolerability of Risk
    – Principles of Prevention
  • Role and Status of Regulations and standards
    – IEC 61400 Series
    – IEC/ISO Safety Standards
    – Machinery DirectiveTMSD
  • Risk assessment approaches
    – Recording & presenting residual risks
  • Practical Wind Case studies

Course Information

Course duration

Flexible options – Programme below 1 day course

Sector

Wind

Pre-requisites?

None

Who aimed at ?

Primarily aimed designers and others involved in the design of wind turbines, components, sub-systems or balance of plant. Relevant to:
• Designers
• Developers/Owners
• Principal Contractors
• OEM’s
• Project Managers
• H&S Advisers
• Asset Managers

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Accreditation
CPD

Level
Introductory/Intermediate

Delivery

Classroom & remote options. Course can be tailored to address sector/client/project specific requirements.

Price
Available on request