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The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. PART 1

    1. 1.Citation and commencement

    2. 2.Interpretation

    3. 3.Application

  3. PART 2

    1. 4.Competence

    2. 5.Co-operation

    3. 6.Co-ordination

    4. 7.General principles of prevention

    5. 8.Election by clients

    6. 9.Client’s duty in relation to arrangements for managing projects

    7. 10.Client’s duty in relation to information

    8. 11.Duties of designers

    9. 12.Designs prepared or modified outside Great Britain

    10. 13.Duties of contractors

  4. PART 3

    1. 14.Appointments by the client where a project is notifiable

    2. 15.Client’s duty in relation to information where a project is notifiable

    3. 16.The client’s duty in relation to the start of the construction phase where a project is notifiable

    4. 17.The client’s duty in relation to the health and safety file

    5. 18.Additional duties of designers

    6. 19.Additional duties of contractors

    7. 20.General duties of CDM co-ordinators

    8. 21.Notification of project by the CDM co-ordinator

    9. 22.Duties of the principal contractor

    10. 23.The principal contractor’s duty in relation to the construction phase plan

    11. 24.The principal contractor’s duty in relation to co-operation and consultation with workers

  5. PART 4

    1. 25.Application of Regulations 26 to 44

    2. 26.Safe places of work

    3. 27.Good order and site security

    4. 28.Stability of structures

    5. 29.Demolition or dismantling

    6. 30.Explosives

    7. 31.Excavations

    8. 32.Cofferdams and caissons

    9. 33.Reports of inspections

    10. 34.Energy distribution installations

    11. 35.Prevention of drowning

    12. 36.Traffic routes

    13. 37.Vehicles

    14. 38.Prevention of risk from fire etc.

    15. 39.Emergency procedures

    16. 40.Emergency routes and exits

    17. 41.Fire detection and fire-fighting

    18. 42.Fresh air

    19. 43.Temperature and weather protection

    20. 44.Lighting

  6. PART 5

    1. 45.Civil liability

    2. 46.Enforcement in respect of fire

    3. 47.Transitional provisions

    4. 48.Revocations and amendments

  7. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      PARTICULARS TO BE NOTIFIED TO THE EXECUTIVE (or Office of Rail Regulation)

      1. 1.Date of forwarding.

      2. 2.Exact address of the construction site.

      3. 3.The name of the local authority where the site is...

      4. 4.A brief description of the project and the construction work...

      5. 5.Contact details of the client (name, address, telephone number and...

      6. 6.Contact details of the CDM co-ordinator (name, address, telephone number...

      7. 7.Contact details of the principal contractor (name, address, telephone number...

      8. 8.Date planned for the start of the construction phase.

      9. 9.The time allowed by the client to the principal contractor...

      10. 10.Planned duration of the construction phase.

      11. 11.Estimated maximum number of people at work on the construction...

      12. 12.Planned number of contractors on the construction site.

      13. 13.Name and address of any contractor already appointed.

      14. 14.Name and address of any designer already engaged.

      15. 15.A declaration signed by or on behalf of the client...

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      WELFARE FACILITIES

      1. 1.Sanitary conveniences

      2. 2.So far as is reasonably practicable, sanitary conveniences and the...

      3. 3.Separate rooms containing sanitary conveniences shall be provided for men...

      4. 4.Washing facilities

      5. 5.Washing facilities shall be provided— (a) in the immediate vicinity...

      6. 6.Washing facilities shall include— (a) a supply of clean hot...

      7. 7.Rooms containing washing facilities shall be sufficiently ventilated and lit....

      8. 8.Washing facilities and the rooms containing them shall be kept...

      9. 9.Subject to paragraph 10 below, separate washing facilities shall be...

      10. 10.Paragraph 9 above shall not apply to facilities which are...

      11. 11.Drinking water

      12. 12.Every supply of drinking water shall be conspicuously marked by...

      13. 13.Where a supply of drinking water is provided, there shall...

      14. 14.Changing rooms and lockers

      15. 15.Facilities for rest

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      PARTICULARS TO BE INCLUDED IN A REPORT OF INSPECTION

      1. 1.Name and address of the person on whose behalf the...

      2. 2.Location of the place of work inspected.

      3. 3.Description of the place of work or part of that...

      4. 4.Date and time of the inspection.

      5. 5.Details of any matter identified that could give rise to...

      6. 6.Details of any action taken as a result of any...

      7. 7.Details of any further action considered necessary.

      8. 8.Name and position of the person making the report.

    4. SCHEDULE 4

      REVOCATION OF INSTRUMENTS

    5. SCHEDULE 5

      AMENDMENTS

  8. Explanatory Note

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