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‘Revitalising CDM – Refitting the Pitfalls’. Stephen Coppin Head of EHS. WHY DID WE CHANGE CDM?. Fatalities and ill-Health in UK Construction Industry 1981- 2007. CDM PROSECUTIONS. 114 CLIENTS PROSECUTED 19 DESIGNERS PROSECUTED. Stephen Coppin-Head of EHS-01-05-07.

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cdm prosecutions
CDM PROSECUTIONS

114 CLIENTS PROSECUTED

19 DESIGNERS PROSECUTED

Stephen Coppin-Head of EHS-01-05-07

what has changed main changes
What Has Changed? – Main Changes
  • More Accountability & Duties for Clients
  • No More Client’s Agent*
  • No more Planning Supervisors - New role of CDM Coordinator – Competence*
  • Pre-construction or Pre-Tender Health & Safety Plan superseded
  • Wider definition of Design (Safety in Use)
  • CDM 07 includes Construction (HS&W) Regulations

Stephen Coppin-Head of EHS-01-05-07

slide6

CDM 2007 – Clients’ Duties

Clients must ensure arrangements are place for each project to ensure they:-

    • Can be built without risk to Health & Safety (Construction Regulations)
    • Can be used without risk to Health & Safety (Workplace Regulations)
    • Have adequate Welfare Facilities during Construction
  • Such arrangements must be maintained and reviewed throughout each project.
what do clients want to have or see
WHAT DO CLIENTS WANT TO HAVE OR SEE!!

IT ALL DEPENDS ON WHAT THEY REALLY LOOKING FOR?

clients due diligence
Clients’ Due Diligence

ManagementArrangements

Business Case , Feasibility and Concept Design

Detailed Design

Site Surveys

Is it

Construction

Work!

Y

E

S

Competent

Designers

Project

More

Than

30

Days

or

500

Person

Days

Y

E

S

CDM

Coordinator

Appointed

F

10

Design to

meet

Workplace

(H,S&W)

Regs’

Pre-

Construct

Information

Existing

H&S

File?

Surveys

N

O

“Competent

Person”

N

O

F

10

Stephen Coppin-Head of EHS-01-05-07

clients due diligence10
Clients’ Due Diligence

ManagementArrangements

PROJECT PROCUREMENT & SITE PREPARATION

CONSTR PHASE

HANDOVER PHASE

F10

Req

Competent

Principal

Contractor

Appointment

&

Sufficient

Time

for

Mobilisation

Adequate

Welfare

Facilities

Construction

Phase

Plan

H&S File

at

Construction

Completion

NO

F10

Competent

Contractor

Demolition & /or

Asbestos

Removal& / or

High Risk

Work

No

H&S File?

at

Construction

Completion

Stephen Coppin-Head of EHS-01-05-07

slide11

CDM 2007 – Clients’ Duties

Clients must:-

  • Allow adequate time and resources for all stages.

i.e. Planning, Design & Construction

  • Appoint Designers
  • Appoint Coordinator “as soon as practicable after initial design work has begun”

Stephen Coppin-Head of EHS-01-05-07

slide12

CDM 2007 – Clients’ Duties

Clients must:-

  • Appoint Principal Contractor “as soon as practicable”
  • Client is deemed to appoint himself if no formal appointments are made (written)
  • Appointees must be competent & adequately resourced
  • Client is responsible for non UK based Designers

Stephen Coppin-Head of EHS-01-05-07

slide13

CDM 2007-

Competence & Capabilities

ATTITUDE

CORE KNOWLEDGE

Qualifications

CORE SKILLS

Experience

CPD

slide14

Appointment During Project Delivery

RIBA

(A) Appraisal

(B) Strategic Briefing

(C) Outline

Design

Proposals

(D) Scheme

Design

(E) Detailed

Design

(F) Production Info.

(G)Bill of Quantities

(H) Tender Action

BS 6079

Conception

Feasibility

Implementation (Design & Construct)

APM

Opportunity Identification

Design and Development

CIC

1. Preparation & 2. Concept

3. Design Development

4. Production of Information

CCG

Guidance

Stage 1

Stage 2

Stage 3

1

Business

Justification

2

Procurement

Strategy

OGC GATEWAYS

DP1

Outline

Design

DP2

Detailed

Design

0

Strategic

Assessment

3

Investment

Decision

gateway model for ohs sustainability
Gateway Model for OHS & Sustainability

CONCEPT

PLANNING &

DETAILED DESIGN

FEASIBILITY

CONSTRUCTION

MAINTENANCE

1

3

14

8

16

G8

2

15

9

4

R

G2

G7

G1

10

5

G4

11

6

12

7

Go/No Go

G5

G3

13

R

G6

planning design phase h s workshops

BENEFITS

Planning & Design Phase : H&S Workshops

Confirm

Buildability

&

Maintainability

Facilitate

Collaborative

Design Risk

Management

designing out e r i c
Designing Out - E.R.I.(C)
  • By experience
  • By red,amber, & green lists (optional)
  • By challenging existing practice
  • By considering the implications of your actions (Collective Measures)
  • By talking/listening to contractors (Individual Measures)

Stephen Coppin-Head of EHS-01-05-07

slide21

Lessons Learnt =

Reduces The Chance

of Reaching Serious

Incidents

With True Near

Hit-Miss Reporting

& Behavioural Change

Industry

& Us In 2003/04

BENEFITS OF BEHAVIOURAL CHANGE AND NEAR HIT/MISS REPORTING

slide22

‘EXEMPLA PRACTICE’ ZONE

‘BEST PRACTICE’ ZONE

‘LEGAL COMPILANCE’ LEVEL

‘NON-COMPLIANCE’ ZONE

CONSTRUCTOR TEAMS 2003/04

CONSTRUCTOR TEAMS 2004/05

CONSTRUCTOR TEAMS 2005/06

accident incident rate air
ACCIDENT INCIDENT RATE (AIR)

TRADITIONAL

IPT – PPC 2000

slide24

9 C’s

- Trust

CDM

C

Control

Consultation

Collaboration

D

PC

Communication

Culture

Commitment

Cooperation

Competence

Coordination

slide25

Next Steps

  • CLEAR BRIEFS & DE- BRIEFS.
  • BETTER PRE-PLANNING IN PROCUREMENT & DESIGN INFORMATION (RISK MANAGEMENT).
  • RIGHT INFORMATION TO THE RIGHT PEOPLE AT RIGHT TIME*.
  • ASSISTING A TRAINED SUPPLY CHAIN (ALL).
  • INCENTIVE & REWARD SCHEMES (REVIEW OF KPI’s).
  • BUILD UPON PREVIOUS LESSONS LEARNT & SUCCESSES.
slide26

CDM Guidance

Principal Contractors

CDM Co-ordinators

Designers

Clients

Contractors

Workers

www.citb-constructionskills.co.uk/cdm

slide27

Thank You

for

Your

Attention

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