Does CDM 2015 apply to me?

Construction (Design & Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM) regulations apply to most common building, civil engineering and construction work including all demolition and dismantling work – scale of project does not matter.

Isn’t my business too small to worry about health and safety?

Even small businesses have a duty of care to keep their employees and the public safe on site as well as legal requirements to undertake certain paperwork.

CDM 2015 Regulations: your questions, answered

Jo, our Group Operations Director is aware that many builders will want to know more about what the new 2015 Construction (Design and Management) Regulations (CDM) will mean to them – so she went straight to HBXL’s Health and Safety consultant, Dave to find out…

Hidden cost of poor health & safety that cripples British builders

Not enough build firms are fully aware of the hidden, uninsured costs of poor health and safety on site. That’s the view of experts at build software specialist firm HBXL, who are urging those in charge of site safety to brush up on the implications of health and safety, rather than sweep their responsibilities under…

Latest health and safety software for builders now available

The latest version of HBXL’s health and safety software is now out. Health & Safety Xpert 2015 is now helping small to medium-sized building firms across the UK get to grips with the latest rules and regulations on all things related to site health and safety. With the Health & Safety Executive (HSE) maintaining its…

CDM 2015 – General Notes & Duties

Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 gives principal contractors, contractors and those who control the way in which construction work is carried out various specific duties including: Safe place of work Safe access and egress to places of work Safe places of work with adequate space for workers That people are prevented from gaining access…