CDM Compliance Services

The Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015, also known as CDM Regulations or CDM 2015, which came into force on 6 April 2015, are regulations governing the way construction projects of all sizes and types are planned. CDM 2015 is the latest update to the regulations that aim to improve the overall health, safety and welfare of those working in construction. The regulations define what construction works are and everyone who have health & safety duties during the planning and construction of a project, including home maintenance and improvement works.

Here at Eryri Consulting Limited, we provide CDM compliance services for Clients, Designers, Principal Contractors and Contractors / Builders.

For Principal Designer Services Click Here.                 Click Here for a link to CDM Awareness Training


Clients can include Commercial or Domestic (Your own Home) and includes landlords carrying out maintenance work. If the Client hasn’t got the necessary skills and knowledge to fulfil their duties under CDM Regulations 2015, then we can help with:

  • Ensuring other duty holders appointed have the necessary skills, knowledge, experience and training
  • Ensuring co-operation and communication for the project team
  • Preparing “Pre-Construction Information” (existing Health & Safety File, Asbestos Survey, Service Drawings etc) to be used for the design and construction phase
  • If necessary notify the HSE of the construction project through the F10 notification system
  • Ensuring the Principal Designer and Principal Contractor comply with their duties
  • Ensuring there is a sufficiently developed Construction Phase Plan in place before construction starts
  • Check to ensure welfare facilities are in place during the Construction Phase are sufficient (Schedule 2)
  • Ensuring the duty holders prepare a health and safety file to be handed over to the Client at the end of the project


Designers can include Architects, Structural Engineers, Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Landscape Architects, Temporary Works Designers etc. If the Designer hasn’t got the necessary skills and knowledge to fulfil their duties under CDM Regulations 2015, then we can help with:

  • Design Risk Management (Designers Risk Assessments)
  • Applying the General Principles of Prevention
  • Collating information required for the Health & Safety File

Eryri Consulting Limited occasionally also carry out “Designer Risk Management Workshops”. Get in touch with us to find out where and when we will be carrying out our next workshop.

Our first meeting to discuss your requirements is free

Short video to explain CDM Regulations 2015:

Principal Contractors (PC):

principal contractor is the contractor with control over the construction phase of a project involving more than one contractor. They are appointed in writing by the client (commercial or domestic) to plan, manage, monitor and coordinate health and safety during this phase.

If the appointed Principal Contractor hasn’t got the time or the necessary skills, knowledge and experience to fulfil their duties under CDM Regulations 2015, then we can help with:

  • Collecting all Pre Construction Information (existing H&S File, Asbestos Surveys, Service Drawings etc)
  • Prepare a Construction Phase Plan that can also include:
    • Site Setup Plan
    • Traffic Management Plan
    • Welfare Arrangements
    • Site Induction Format
  • Vetting all sub-contractors appointed to the project to ensure they have the necessary skills, knowledge, experience and training to carry out their works
  • Ensure all statutory requirements are in place to satisfy all health, safety and environmental legislation
  • Carry out Site Audits / Inspections as an when required
  • Liaise with other duty holders
  • Collating information ready for the Health & Safety File to be handed over at the end of the project

The CDM 2015 Regulations apply to all construction projects (including domestic projects) where people are at work. The Regulations are divided into five parts:

Part 1 – Introduction
Part 2 – Client Duties
Part 3 – Health and Safety Duties and Roles
Part 4 – General Requirements for all Construction Sites
Part 5 – General

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