Role of Principal Designer – in practice, Norwich

22 February, 2017 | 18:00 - 20:00

Venue address:

The Edwards Room
Norfolk County Hall
Martineau Lane
Norwich NR1 2SG
United Kingdom
Find out what the role of the designer is in practice.
Find out what the role of the designer is in practice.

About this event

This presentation will cover:

  • The challenges for compliance of projects created by CDM 2015;
  • The organisation models developed in response to the change of the CDM Regulations;
  • The advantages and disadvantages of those organisational models;
  • Demonstrable Skills, Knowledge, Experience & Training (Competence);
  • Practical advice and tools for good practice;

Chris Lawson is the Anglia Regional Chair and a member of the National Council of the Association for Project Safety, he has 35+ years within the construction industry, initially as a building surveyor/project manager and design team manager before taking on responsibility for the company's Health & Safety Management following the introduction of CDM1994. He then moved into safety enforcement and in 1999, utilising both his design & project management skills combined with enforcement experience to derive a practical approach to legal compliance for projects as a SHE consultant and has since worked with a variety of clients predominantly in the renewable energy sectors.

In collaboration with the Association for Project Safety, Anglia Region.

Please note: there has been a change of address. The new venue is displayed above.


For more information, please contact:

Andrew McCloud

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