The LABC 10 point plan to progress the Hackitt recommendations

LABC has spent 18 months working on its 10 point plan, investing in standards, competencies and qualifications, drawing on expert advice from the Chartered Institute of Building, the Institution of Fire Engineers and the University of Wolverhampton ...

What LABC has done

  1. Launched an all new National Standard and UKAS-accredited independent audit of LABC local teams.
     
  2. Introduced the first national survey of individual competencies in conjunction with the University of Wolverhampton, CIOB and IFE.
     
  3. Piloted surveyor competency validations for those working on higher risk projects which will be rolled out nationally in three waves starting with the core cities.
     
  4. Established a national database of competencies.
     
  5. Launched an insurance backed scheme for local authorities to share people with specialist competencies.
     
  6. Updated the LABC Partner Authority Scheme to provide ‘primary authorities’ for multi-site developers.
     
  7. Developed new performance standards for the functions only local authority building control teams undertake e.g. enforcement, dangerous structures, safety at sports grounds and demolition.
     
  8. Established a forum for the nations of the UK so that all UK public service building standards professionals can share technical policy, registered details, field research and policy development.
     
  9. Developed new digital learning resources to enable self-study, distance learning and recorded CPD specific to building control standards.
     
  10. Finally, we are creating a cross-industry, cross-profession practitioner’s committee to study and review building practices.

What The ICM has done

The Institute of Construction Management CDM Registry™ is made available as a cross-sector facility open to all construction and property professionals and their supporters and their commissioning clients ...

The ICM CDM Registry™

The Institute of Construction Management CDM Registry™ is made available as a cross-sector facility open to all construction and property professionals and their supporters and their commissioning clients

The purpose of the ICM CDM Registry™

To provide a secure, reliable, independently third-party audited, certified, ISO9001 quality managed proof of appropriate Knowledge, Skills, Expertise, and Capability for all the Statutory Duty Holders operating in compliance with the Construction (Design and management) Regulations currently in force.

The CDM Registrar and Team

Appointed by the ICM Executive Committee to ensure the CDM Registry™ is maintained secure, reliable, independently third-party audited by appropriately qualified experts, regularly inspected and certified compliant with ISO9001 quality standards to provide proof of appropriate Knowledge, Skills, Expertise, and Capability of those currently registered  in compliance with the Construction (Design and management) Regulations currently in force.

Options for Registration of Individuals and Local Authority Public Services Teams and Commercial Organisations

Further details and to apply - click on the link http://the-icm.co.uk/cdm-competence-registry/

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