RDC Safety Limited has many years of experience in construction health and safety supporting Clients on small projects as well as working with national builders on larger projects.

We can provide the following services:

  • Assistance with implementing the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM) 2015 duties, including Clients, Principal Designers and Principal Contractors
  • We provide Principle Designer Service in line with the CDM 2015 Regulations
  • Obtaining Pre – Construction Information, Developing Construction Phase Plans and the production of Health and Safety Files on completion of the project.
  • In addition, we can provide you with a vetting service of your contractors by issuing and reviewing Pre-Assessment Questionnaires to ensure they are fully competent and legal
  • Assistance with CHAS, SMAS and other accreditations
  • Site inspections, monitoring and auditing
  • Health and safety advice, guidance and documentation
  • Risk assessments
  • Annual Assessments and Action Plans
  • Health and safety training at managerial and employee level

As a result of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 coming into force, there have been some significant changes to some duty holders and roles, but it is important to note that CDM 2015 applies to all construction work, regardless of size or duration.

With a renewed focus on health and safety in construction, it is now more important than ever to have expert help and advice, specific to your work. Recent changes in health and safety law, particularly the Construction (Design and Management) Regs 2015, has seen an increasing importance to practice good health and safety on all sites.

RDC Safety Limited can help you deal with the extra duties that have been placed on Clients, Principle Contractors, Designers, Principle Designers and sub-contractors who now have extra health and safety responsibilities.

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