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This event is co-hosted by Association for Project Safety (APS) the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB).
The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM) are intended to deliver projects that are healthy and safe, and Civil Engineers could be asked to deliver a number of roles under these Regulations. This interactive session provides a quick refresh of the basic principles of CDM and aims to address some common misconceptions and FAQ alongside updates on new developments.
It provides worked examples and best practice case studies, relevant to the world of civil engineers, to show how CDM can be applied in a pragmatic and proportionate manner to help deliver successful projects.
Light refreshments will be served at 5.30, before the lecture which starts at 6.00pm.
Nick provides training and consultancy services for Principal Designers (PD) and Clients working across a wide range of sectors, on projects up to £4bn in value. His clients include global property management companies, Higher Education Institutions and architectural practices with an international client base. He has delivered CPD talks on the practical implementation of CDM across the UK.
Nick's articles on various aspects of health and safety management, including the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) to support safe construction and maintenance, have been widely published.
A qualified architect since 1983, Stella has over 40 years’ experience working as an Architect, and then additionally as Planning Supervisor and CDMC and Principal Designer in private practice and for the past 14 years for Local Authorities. Stella became a member of Association of Project Safety (APS) in 1995 and a Fellow in 2006, served as APS Wales Regional Chair from 2007 to 2011, and became a Director in 2013. She is now currently President of the Association.
Among many other commitments to furthering Health & Safety in construction, Stella has served as Chair and is still an Executive Committee member of the South Wales Construction Safety Group, has served as Chair for HSE Designer Awareness Days since 2002, currently occupies seat on CIC Panel and CONIAC (HSE) committees and is a recent Director of Constructing Excellence Wales.
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