Do you understand your legal requirements as client of a construction project?
Can you demonstrate you skills, knowledge and competence of those you appoint?
Have you followed a robust tendering and procurement exercise?
What health and safety assurances do you provide during the construction phase?
The role of Client has changed since the introduction of CDM 15.
Many of the duties previously completed by the CDM Co-ordinator now fall under Client duties, such as appointing other key duty-holders and ensuring they’re doing their jobs correctly.
How Better Safety can help
We have extensive experience of supporting clients with the new CDM 15 requirements.
We can help construction clients with the following duties:
Tendering and Procurement of competent designers and builders.
Review Pre-Construction Information packs.
Interviewing contractors and sub-contractors.
Issuing the F10 document on your behalf.
Review the Construction Phase Plan.
Ongoing health and safety assurance on site during construction phase.
Provide regular audit and inspection of safety performance on your project.
Represent you at health and safety management meetings throughout your project.
Our projects range from Major Civils works with a value of £320 Million to Minor Repair works with a value of £10,000. We have delivered commercial hospitality builds in city centres, residential schemes in built up areas, commercial retail refurbishments in shopping centres and retail parks.
Our senior leadership team have worked with national and international clients throughout the United kingdom and Europe. Prior to Better Safety, our team have worked with clients such as Glaxosmithklyne, British Gas, Sky, Associated British Ports, LIPA and much more!
All of our CDM consultants are chartered builders (MCIOB) and chartered safety practitioners (CMIOSH).
We apply our Three Core Principles to every project we undertake:
TIME | COST | QUALITY