” I thought the course and trainer were really excellent, no complaints what so ever for the delivery of the training and the virtual adaptation was really good”.
‘Excellent course. This has provided me with further skills, knowledge & understanding to allow me to undertake the role of a Senior Accident Investigator’
‘Intense course made extremely enjoyable with a very practical approach using examples from our industry – thank you for all your help’
The planning of the event the creation of a Risk Assessment for the evening were especially appreciated
Always another level, the virtual course was far more interactive than I expected. I have been on a number of Salvus courses, this is the first and not the last virtual one, I hope
All at the Club were impressed with his professional attitude, his knowledge , expertise and his ability to explain things in plain English rather than technical expressions.
This in company course….. ‘Very useful, thought provoking and a very useful review of our current procedures.’
Please forward my thanks for a very informative and interesting day ..lapped up the wealth of information that was disseminated to us and a much more informed view of the Fire Risk Assessment process.
” This course should form part of every safety persons qualification, as it sets the standard for an accident/incident investigation. Well laid out & very well presented course”
” Great course, thank you very much for providing the training. Very informative and has raised the bar on my site”
– Understanding the Regulations
For over 7 years this programme was delivered on behalf of IOSH for their members CPD programmes, now the programme is available for all those who require an understanding of the regulations.
With the requirements of CDM 2015, comes a number of changes, including the introduction of the role of Principal designers and additional coordination role for Principal Contractors.
For those construction professionals who need an up date, through to those in your management team not directly involved with construction projects who are engaging contractors, designers, coordinators who have little or no knowledge of CDM this course is a must.
The ‘understanding the regulations’ programme covers the following
Brief history of CDM & Why have CDM
Application of CDM & When CDM applies
Notifiable Projects – when and how
General Management Duties – the 4 C’s
Duty Holders responsibilities & functions
- Principal Designers
- Principal Contractors
- Preconstruction Information
- The Construction Phase Plan
- Health and Safety File
Overview of Health and Safety on the project
A further range of CDM focussed programmes are being developed including ‘Designing with Safety in Mind’, Principal Designers role under CDM, details are available from the Salvus office.
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