L144, Managing Health and Safety in Construction: Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007
Approved Code of Practice – L144
- Health and Safety Executive
The 'Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007' (CDM 2007) came into force on 06 April 2007. This Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) provides practical guidance on complying with the duties set out in the Regulations. It replaces the ACOP to the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 1994.
The key aim of CDM 2007 is to integrate health and safety into the management of the project and to encourage everyone involved to work together to improve the planning and management of projects; identify risks early on; target effort where it can do the most good in terms of health and safety; and discourage unnecessary bureaucracy. These Regulations are intended to focus planning and management throughout construction projects, from design concept onwards.
Notice of Approval
The CDM co-ordinator (notifiable projects only)
The principal contractor (notifiable projects only)
Contractors and the self-employed
Competence and training
Worker engagement and communication
The health and safety file (notifiable projects only)
This publication supersedes all editions of (INDG220) (MISC193) (CIS39) (CIS40) (CIS41) (CIS42) (CIS43) (CIS44) and earlier editions published with ISBNs 0717607925, 0717607550 and 0717608077.
|Format||Paperback||Published||28 Feb 2007|
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