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Construction HSE & CDM Coordinator

We directly employ experienced CDM Coordinators who hold individual
Registered Membership of the Association for Project Safety


Construction HSE & CDM Coordination Services

Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality management are at the core of everything we do

SeaRoc are experienced in offshore construction for Renewable projects and compliance with European Union Council Directive 92/57/EEC of 24 June 1992 on the implementation of minimum safety and health requirements at temporary or mobile construction sites.
Where the directive is enacted by the United Kingdom, Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007 (CDM), SeaRoc’s experience of the marine environment, and designing and managing large construction projects, ensures that all duties identified in the CDM Regulations 2007 are carried out to the highest possible standards.

SeaRoc is a Corporate Member of the Association for Project Safety and directly employ experienced CDM Coordinators who hold individual Registered Membership of the Association for Project Safety (RMaPS).

SeaRoc is experienced in fulfilling the roles and responsibilities of CDM Coordinator under the CDM 2007 regulations including that of advising the Client where required. Our personnel have experience of providing CDMC and HSE support to onshore and offshore construction projects ranging from design, initial and site investigation, through on and offshore construction, O&M and remedial work packages.

Our qualified safety professionals are experienced in advising clients, liaison with regulatory bodies, conducting contractor competence assessments, facilitating the coordination and cooperation between designers and contractors, the use of design decision registers, design risk assessments and collation of Health and Safety files in full accordance with the requirements of the CDM 2007 Regulations.

SeaRoc have previously and currently act as CDM Coordinator for several existing offshore projects. This role is supported by our experience of key areas identified in the legislation:

  • Communication and cooperation on large multi stakeholder projects with complex contractual structures
  • Supporting project lifecycles from design through construction and operations
  • Experience of advising clients and conducting competency assessments
  • Experience of preparing, reviewing and auditing safety documentation and procedures
  • Facilitating and developing design decision records, risk assessments and health and safety files
  • Providing detailed knowledge of marine legislation, guidelines and current best practice
  • Liaison with the principal contractor and other contractors regarding ongoing design and construction works


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