JGP is committed to Health and Safety, risk management and to improving performance. We will assess project risk, identify hazards and make recommendations on how to control identified risk. JGP has acted as CDM Coordinator on projects large and small and as diverse as capping old mine workings, roped access structural repairs and the installation of radar towers and radomes. We are CHAS registered, a member of the Association of Project Safety and employ our own NEBOSH Health & Safety Officer. All site staff hold relevant CSCS cards.


CDM & Health & Safety

Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007

As a Client, Business or Statutory Local Authority involved with the Construction Industry you are required to determine whether your project is notifiable under the CDM Regulations.  The project designer should be able to provide guidance on this issue.  If the project is notifiable you are required to appoint a CDM Coordinator as soon as practicable.  We can advise you if you are not sure.

JGP will provide you with a quality competitive service that will enable you to comply with your CDM responsibilities with confidence.  As CDM Coordinator we will:

  • Advise the Client on their duties to appoint competent designers and contractors
  • Advise the Client on their duty to ensure that adequate arrangements are in place for managing the project
  • Notify HSE about the project if applicable
  • Coordinate design work, planning and other preparation for construction where relevant to health and safety
  • Identify and collect the pre-construction information and advise the client if surveys need to be commissioned to fill significant gaps
  • Promptly provide to all those involved, including contractors, pre-construction information relevant to each party
  • Manage the flow of health and safety formation between client, contractors and designers
  • Advise the client on the suitability of the initial construction phase plan and arrangements made to ensure welfare facilities from the start
  • Produce or update a relevant, user friendly, health and safety file, suitable for future use at the end of the construction phase