Construction (Design and Management) Regulations CDM Co-Ordinator, Westlakes, UK

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January 19, 2009

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Construction (Design & Management) Regulations (“CDM”) Co-ordinator

Reference: 22 – 0008

Ref no. 596/APT.

The CDM Co-ordinator is responsible to the Client Project Manager for co-ordinating Health and Safety aspects of design work and liaison on HSE matters with others involved with the project.

 

Location

 

Westlakes

Salary

 

12 months contract/£31ph – £36ph.

Key Responsibilities

 

TECHNICAL:

Preparation and maintenance of the project and the Health and Safety file.

QUALITY:

Liaise with PM to ensure that the project Health and Safety programme is understood and implemented throughout the department.

Ensure that Client HSE queries are dealt with.

Ensure project HSE deliverables are validated prior to final issue of outputs.

Ensure adequate knowledge of HSE, CDM and specific project requirements.

MANAGEMENT:

Advise and assist the client with their duties.

Notify details of the project to HSE[1].

Co-ordinate health and safety aspects of design work and co-operate with others involved with the project.

Facilitate good communication between the client, designers and contractors.

Liaise with the principal contractor regarding ongoing design work.

Identify, collect and pass on pre-construction information; and prepare/update the health and safety file.

Report to the Project Management Team any issues related to Health and Safety performance.

To be the principle focal point for liaison with the Client, the Health and Safety Executive, and all others involved in the project for Health and Safety related issues.

The Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2007 (CDM 2007) came into force on 6 April 2007 and further details are available at: http://www.hse.gov.uk/construction/cdm.htm

To discuss this, or similar HSE Nuclear Installations Inspectorate (NII), or Health and Safety related Nuclear Jobs, please contact ERS on 01454 203 460, or submit a CV to cv@energyrs.co.uk, to register your interest, or to apply for this position, or others on Nuclear Projects, at Atomic Power Plant Sites, of which further details are available at www.ERSJobs.co.uk

Careers and Jobs with the Nuclear Installations Inspectorate (NII)

 

 

http://www.HSENuclear.com

 

Nuclear Installations Inspectorate Jobs

Energy Recruitment Solutions Ltd (“ERS”) has been appointed by HSE to assist in the appointment of Nuclear Installation Inspectors for the UK’s Nuclear Sites. Health and Safety Executive

Major Nuclear sites in Great Britain

The NII inspectors are and will be based in HSE’s Redgrave Court complex in Bootle, Merseyside the Headquarters of NII and will cover:

Dounreay, Rosyth, Torness, Hartlepool, Hunterston, Chapelcross, Windscale, Calder, Halland, Sellafield, Barrow in-Furness, Springfields, Heysham, Capenhurst, Bootle, Wylfa, Cardiff, Trawsfynydd, Derby, Bradwell, Harwell, Amersham, Aldermaston, Burghfield, Imperial College, Berkeley, Oldbury, Sizewell, Dungeness, Hinkley Point, Winfrith, Devonport. (locations of current major Nuclear licensed sites).

ERS can be contacted on 01454 203 460, or via e-mail to info@energyrs.co.uk

Further details are available at www.Nuclear-Energy.co.uk, details of positions available via ERS are available at www.ERSJobs.co.uk

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