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CDM Co-ordinator

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Recruiter
Hays Construction and Property
Posted
27 June 2012
Closes
27 July 2012
Ref
1682086
Location
Function
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
£30,000 - £39,999

Further information

ProfessionalCDM co ordinatorThis is a chance to work for one of the market leaders in professional property and construction services. The role in undertaking the CDM Co ordinator duties are as follows: Give suitable and sufficient advice and assistance to clients in order to help them to comply with their duties in particular:Concept and feasibility The duty to appoint competent designers and contractorsThe duty to ensure that adequate arrangements are in place for managing the project;Notify HSE about the projectDesign and planning Co ordinate design work planning and other preparation for construction where relevant to health and safetyIdentify and collect the pre construction information and advise the client if surveys need to be commissioned to fill significant gapsTender/Selection stage Ensure any further notification details are sent to HSEPromptly provide in a convenient form to those involved with the design of the structure; and to every contractor (including the principal contractor) who may be or has been appointed by the client such parts of the pre construction information which are relevant to eachConstruction phase Manage the flow of health and safety information between clients designers and contractorsAdvise the client on the suitability of the initial construction phase plan and the arrangements made to ensure that welfare facilities are on site from the startProduce or update a relevant user friendly health and safety file suitable for future use at the end of the construction phaseHays Specialist Recruitment Limited acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers. By applying for this job you accept the T&C's Privacy Policy and Disclaimers which can be found at hays.co.uk

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