NISG Announce Event For New Construction Sector Regulations

The Northern Ireland Safety Group (NISG) is to host an event to provide information on new safety regulations for the construction sector.

The new Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2016 (CDM 2016) will come into effect on 1 August 2016. The NISG will host a seminar to get you up to speed on the changes.

The event will cover:

• a comprehensive update on the new CDM 2016 regulations
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• how they differ from the 2007 regulations

• an understanding of the impact on the construction industry in Northern Ireland

• guidance on ensuring organisations in Northern Ireland remain compliant and understand the new regulations

• the information necessary to interpret the Regulations correctly

The event will take place on 07 September at Lough Neagh Discovery Centre, Craigavon.

Registration is available now on the NISG website.


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