Section 2 Application and interpretation.
2.1 Application; Table 2.1 The main responsibilities of duty holders; 2.2 Interpretation; 2.3 Additional exclusion.
Section 3 All duty holders.
3.1 Introduction; Table 3.1 Project management descriptors found in the regulations; Figure 3.1 Holistic diagram.
Section 4 The client .
4.1 Client fl owchart: all projects; 4.2 Client flowchart: notifi able projects, additional duties; 4.3 Client checklist; 4.4 Client checklist: notifi able projects.
Section 5 The designer.
5.1 Introduction; Figure 5.1 Regulations to be discharged by designers; 5.2 All projects; 5.3 Identifi cation; 5.4 Evaluation; 5.5 Contribution; 5.6 Design change; Figure 5.2 Systems approach for the designer; 5.1 Designer flowchart: all projects; 5.2 Designer flowchart: notifiable projects, additional duties; 5.3 Designer checklist: all projects; 5.4 Designer checklist: additional duties for notifi able projects.
Section 6 The contractor.
Figure 6.1 Contractor duties: all projects; 6.1 Contractor flowchart: all projects; Figure 6.2 Contractor: additional duties on notifi able projects; 6.2 Contractor fl owchart: notifi able projects, additional duties; 6.3 Contractor checklist: all projects; 6.4 Contractor checklist: notifi able projects, additional duties.
Section 7 The CDM co-ordinator.
7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Appointment; Figure 7.1 CDM co-ordination duties; 7.1 CDM co-ordinator flowchart; 7.2 CDM co-ordinator checklist.
Section 8 The principal contractor.
Figure 8.1 Regulations to be discharged by principal contractor; 8.1 principal contractor flowchart; 8.2 principal contractor checklist.
Section 9 Documentation .
9.1 Introduction; 9.2 Pre-construction information; Figure 9.1 Flow of pre-construction information and Pre-construction information: tender stage; 9.3 Construction phase plan; 9.4 Health and safety file; 9.5 Project risk register; 9.1 Project risk register (health and safety).
Section 10 Checklists and agendas.
10.1 Checklist for non-notifi able projects;10.2 Checklist of additional duties for notifi able projects; 10.3 Initial design/client meeting: prompt list; 10.4 Pre-start meeting: prompt list (non-notifiable projects); 10.5 Pre-start meetings: prompt list (notifiable projects); 10.6 Progress meeting: prompt list.
Section 11 Competence.
Web page directory.
● Features a large number of flowcharts, checklists, model forms and standard letters
● Major update to take account of the 2007 revisions to the Regulations and new Code of Practice
● “Well conceived and presented.” Occupational Health & Safety