William Bell is a fully qualified CDM Co-ordinator and Registered Member of the Association for Project Safety. Anyone having construction work carried out has legal duties under the Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007 (CDM). These Regulations require the appointment of a CDM Co-ordinator for all relevant projects. Good health and safety planning ensures that your project is well managed and that unexpected costs and problems are minimised.
Health and Safety legislation has had a major impact on property and construction. There is a raft of regulations applicable to property owners, occupiers and developers. At epca we help you identify the significant health and safety challenges facing your organisation by taking a risk based approach.
Read here to find out why you should ensure that your CDM Co-ordinator is fully accredited.
“The client has one of the biggest influences over the way a project is run. Because of this, they are made accountable for the impact their approach has on health and safety. The first step in ensuring you comply with the law is to have professional advice at an early stage.” – William Bell