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CDM 2015 poorly embedded after two years, survey reveals


23rd May 2017

As reported by Health and Safety at work online, the results of the Health and Safety at Work and Construction Manager survey on CDM 2015 have shown that the changes introduced are struggling to take root, while the working methods established under CDM 2007 have proved highly resilient.

They also show that attempts to curb the culture of accreditations and pre-qualifications have had little effect, and that the revisions have done little to improve the safety culture on smaller sites or domestic projects.

 

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