CDM Advisory Services
Following the introduction of CDM 2015, TBC have reviewed their existing services and updated them to ensure we can assist all named dutyholders in all the duties required of them, under our CDM Advisory Services (CDMA).
I am a Commercial Client, what can WSS do for me?
Help you to ensure suitable arrangements for managing a project are made, including
- Other dutyholders are appointed as needed
- Compiling and issuing the Pre-Construction information
- Notifying the project (F10) where relevant
- Sufficient time and resources are allocated
- The relevant information is prepared and provided to other dutyholders
- Ensuring the Principal Designer and Principal Contractor are carrying out their duties
- The correct welfare facilities are provided
I am a Domestic Client, what can WSS do for me?
In the scope of CDM 2015 the duties of Domestic Clients are normally transferred to either:
- The Contractor in the case of the single Contractor project
- The Principal Contractor in the case of a project with more than one Contractor
However, should they choose, the Domestic Client can choose to have a written agreement in place with the Principal Designer to carry out the client duties. WSS can assist in devising these arrangements.
I am a Designer, what can WSS do for me?
WSS can assist in preparing/modifying designs to eliminate , reduce or control any foreseeable risks that may arise during construction, as well as the maintenance and use of a building once it has been built.
We can also assist in ensuring all other members of the project team have the necessary information to enable them to complete their duties.
I am a Principal Designer, what can WSS do for me?
- Assist in the planning, management and monitoring of the Pre-construction phase, and coordinate any health and safety matters during this phase by:
- Identifying eliminating or controlling forseeable risk
- Ensuring the Designers carry out their duties
- Identify/eliminate/control (so far as is reasonably practicable) any risks we can foresee to the health and safety of all involved with the project who:
- Carry out or are liable to be affected by construction work
- Maintain or clean a structure
- Use a structure designed as a workplace
- Assist you in assisting the client in the provision of the Pre construction information which is required by Regulation 4, in a prompt manner, and in a convenient format
- Report to you anything we are aware of that could be likely to endanger your own health and safety as well as that of others
- Liaise with the Principal Contractor to assist in the planning, management, monitoring and coordination of the construction phase
- Cooperate with and ensure that all persons involved with the Preconstruction phase cooperate with the Client, the Principal Designer and each other
I am a Principal Contractor, what can WSS do for me?
Assist in planning, managing, monitoring and coordinating health and safety in the project construction phase. Including:
- Liaising with the Client and Principal Designer
- Preparing the Construction Phase Plan
- Organising cooperation between contractors and coordinating their work
- Making sure suitable site inductions are provided
- Making sure reasonable steps are taken to prevent unauthorised access
- Ensuring workers are consulted and engaged in securing their own health and safety
- Ensuring welfare facilities are provided
I am a Contractor, what can WSS do for me?
- Assisting in the planning, management and monitoring the construction work which falls under the Contractors control, to ensure it is carried out without risks to health and safety
- In projects involving more than one Contractor – assisting in the coordination of their activities with the others in the project team, concentrating on compliance with the Directions given by the Principal Director or Principal Contractor
- In projects with a single Contractor, providing a Construction Phase Plan
I am a Worker, what can WSS do for me?
Through the correct channels, WSS can ensure you:
- Are consulted about matters which may affect your health, safety and welfare
- Are equipped to take care of your own health and safety, as well as that of others who may be affected by your actions
- Know how to report anything you see which is likely to endanger your own or others health and safety
- Cooperate with your employer, fellow workers, contractors and other dutyholders.