RIBA Principal Designer Webinar Series Two: Module One

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Please note, this event is not going ahead live. To view this webinar on-demand, please contact Amanda Heuston at amanda.heuston@riba.org.


Introduction: hearts and minds

Since the Health and Safety Executive’s CDM 2015 Regulations came into effect in 2015, we have been offering a range of courses on the Principal Designer role. We are happy to now be able to offer 1.5 hours and 2 hours webinars on the PD role. These are the only Principal Designer Courses offered by the RIBA.

The RIBA accredited Principal Designer webinar series define and provide adequate “skills, knowledge, and experience” to a professionally agreed standard. To show awareness and capability to deliver this role there is an industry expectation for professionals to demonstrate attendance and knowledge attained.

The webinar series provides comprehensive understanding of the regulations, context and background, as well as Principal Designer practicalities, using a range of case studies.

Module one will cover the following topics:

  • Since the Health and Safety Executive’s CDM 2015 regulations came into effect, architects have been embracing the newly created Principal Designer role.
  • Ths webinar will explore
  • Introduction and objectives of the series: understanding CDM 2015 and the new PD role
  • Key reference books to aid understanding of the webinar series, including the RIBA Plan of Work, CDM 2015: A Practical Guide for Architects and Designers by Paul Bussey and Practical Guide to Using the CDM Regulations 2015: Teamwork not Paperwork by Tony Putsman and Paul McArthur
  • Introduction to CDM and the important messages with the use of, exemplars, key quotes and historical analogies
  • The HSE and CDM 2015
  • Why was CDM 2007 changed and why CDM Differently? ‘Skills, Knowledge, Experience and Training’, as well as attitude
  • CDM and related regulations and statutes: how has this evolved from 1974, 1994, 2007, to 2015
  • Risk Assessment and Identification of Significant Risks
  • Dutyholder: Principal Designer, Designer and Client
  • Workstage risk reduction
  • CDM 2015 Key structure and flowchart
  • Live Q&A

What you need to attend this webinar

  • Laptop / Desktop: please note use of mobile/tablet is not advisable as some interactions are not compatible with these devices. You do not need access to a webcam to join this webinar.

  • Headphone: if you are joining this webinar from your office / crowded location, please ensure you have a working headphone with you.

  • Confirmation email: after the booking has been made, you will be sent a link to join this webinar, including instructions on how to join. Please follow this link at least 10min prior to event’s start time. Confirmation email will be sent 7 days prior to the event start date.

Speakers

Paul Bussey, AHMM
Paul is an RIBA chartered architect with over 30 years’ experience, working within both large and small practices both in the UK and abroad. Paul is currently Technical Consultant and CDM lead at, the Stirling Prize 2015 award winning practice AHMM Architects. He has developed a technical expertise in the application of all types of building related legislation and constructional guidance. In parallel to his role inleading CDM and Principal Designer services, Paul provides guidance to project teams on fire strategy and inclusive design matters. Paul sits on various HSE, RIBA and CIC Health and Safety expert committees and is an IMaPS member of the Association for Project Safety. Paul was part of the CITB/HSE Industry Guidance team for Designers under CDM 2015, and has authored CDM 2015: A Practical Guide for Architects and Designers (RIBA Publishing).

Tony Putsman , Xenophon Project Services Limited
Tony is a qualified civil engineer and experienced Project Manager. For the past 40 years, he has worked across all the major sectors of the Construction Industry, moving from a hands-on, project delivery role into a training and development specialist, and is a leading advocate of team-based risk management. He set up his own risk management consultancy in 2002 and is currently working with clients in the energy, rail, off-shore, house building & refurbishment sectors, promoting a strategic approach to project risk management through enhanced collaborative working. He is co-author of A Practical guide to using the CDM Regulations 2015 - Teamwork not Paperwork (ICE Publishing). Tony is a professional trainer and a member of the ICE Health & Safety Expert Panel. He has represented the ICE on the CIC Health & Safety Panel since January 2013, and has been vice chair since July 2014 and sits on the Construction Industry Advisory Committee (CONIAC).


Terms and Conditions

  • Delegates need to use their full name when booking the event on Eventbrite and use the same full name when joining the webinar. If a third party is making the booking on behalf of the delegate, they will need to notify the delegate to use the same full name when joining the webinar. Please note we reserve the right to refuse entry if the names upon entry do not match the booking name. But an alternative booking name can be used if they do not want their full name displayed. This will need to be amended to reflect the above.
  • CPD Club Tickets are non-refundable
  • CPD Club Tickets can be held by an individual or a practice
  • It is the ticket holder’s RIBA membership status which determines the rate
  • If a CPD Club Ticket is purchased by an individual RIBA member, the ticket may only be used by that person
  • If a CPD Club Ticket is purchased by a RIBA chartered practice, they will be charged the lower rate and the practice can have any member of staff attend each webinar; however, only individuals attending all six webinars can be provided with a certificate of attendance.
  • One Club ticket provides you with one space at each of the modules.
  • If a CPD Club Ticket is purchased by a practice which is not a RIBA chartered practice, they will be charged the higher rate, regardless of the membership status of the delegate(s) attending
  • If a CPD Club ticket is purchased by a practice, the practice needs to provide the full names of delegates at least 48 hours prior to each event date by emailing riba.cpd@riba.org.
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  • Substitutes are permitted up to a day prior to the event, please contact riba.cpd@riba.org for substitution requests.
  • Pay-as-you-go webinars may only be booked at the member rate by individual RIBA/CIAT members
  • Refunds will only be provided for pay-as-you-go seminars if cancellation is made at least 10 working days before the event
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