29th October 2018

October 29th - 31st CDM 2015: IOSH and APS Principal Designer and Design Risk Management Course

Woodcote Grove, Epsom

About the event

The course aims to provide delegates with an awareness and
understanding of the roles of a designer and principal designer
under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations
2015 and how to undertake successful design risk management
during a project.

For further details, costs and availability please contact Paul Whitney - paul.whitney@fgould.com

Who should attend?

  • Principal Designers and those looking to become or undertake the role
  • Architects and associated design disciplines
  • Construction Industry Professionals
  • Clients
  • Building Surveyors
  • Contractors
  • Health and Safety Professionals

CDM 2015: Is this fully understood and applied correctly to your projects?
Do you understand the duties and requirements of a principal designer?
Management of risk in design: Can you effectively undertake this process?


Topics covered will include:

  • What the law requires
  • The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 and duty holders
  • Health and Safety Executive expectations in regards to risk and risk reduction
  • A Designer under the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015
  • What is Design Risk Management
  • Effective Design Risk Management
  • Considering Health as well as Safety
  • BIM and Health and Safety

What to expect

Every candidate is tested through an end-of-course assessment
leading to both an IOSH and APS certificate upon passing
their exam. The assessment will be in the style of a written
examination which will consist of ten questions comprising of the

  • 2 x Twenty mark questions
  • 6 x Eight mark questions
  • 2 x Six mark questions

Candidates will receive their results by email and certificates by
post where successful.


Woodcote Grove, Epsom

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