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Health & Safety

When the Construction Design & Management (CDM) regulations, 1994, came into force in early 1995, a new emphasis was put on Health and Safety. Although regulations had existed for many years controlling all aspects of work, the CDM regulations now insist that unless all legal requirements of Health and Safety are complied with, a contract will not be allowed to start.

 

 

Health & Safety Awareness

CDM places responsibility on everyone involved with a contract from the client, main contractor and sub contractor right through to self-employed operatives with the emphasis on being trained. Harefield Improvements fully endorses the spirit of these regulations through our qualified Health and Safety Manager (MIOSH, MIIRSM, ACIOB) who produces tailored CDM documentation for each client site through individual site audits. Harefield Improvements ensures Health and Safety practices are adhered to throughout the project duration through to ongoing and unannounced site visits and client safety updates. Harefield Improvements also ensures that all staff are trained in Health & Safety with in-house awareness training, risk assessment and First Aider training for all main areas of site management as part of the requirements for CSCS.