CDM Scotland Ltd

A Client focused consultancy offering CDM Coordinator, Safety and Risk Management Services, coupled with Accredited Safety Training. Established in 1995, we are an independent, standalone company which allows us to undertake our role on your behalf without any conflict of interest, thereby ensuring that YOUR interests are our primary concern.

Experience:
We have successfully completed 6000+ appointments ranging from entry level CDM and safety services through to the £600+ million Clyde Wind Farm. Based in Ayr, South West Scotland we operate throughout the United Kingdom and further afield.

Specialists:
Unlike many companies in our field, we specialise in what we do and carry out the role day in and day out. This means we focus exclusively on providing an outstanding service for our Clients, working in your best interests, without any risk of a conflict of interest occurring. This approach combined with our significant experience has allowed us to streamline our service resulting in costs savings for you as a Client as we know what works and what doesn’t.

Competence:
We are a Registered Practice with the Association for Project Safety, members of CHAS and ConstructionLine. All of our team are directly employed, chartered safety and health practitioners and registered members of the association for project safety and competent to carry out the expected role.

We also hold individual membership of professional bodies including RIBA, RIAS, CIOB, ICE, IIRSM etc. Unlike many others, we also have ‘boots on the ground’ experience and have been based full-time on sites managing safety on large, complex projects, dealing with problems and finding solutions.

Value for Money:
Our expertise and efficiency mean that our fees are extremely competitive.

Please call us on 01292 619742 for more information.



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