Safety Smart working with modular leader CIMC

5th November 2015 Posted in Blogs

Safety Smart were delighted to be chosen by CIMC Modular Building Systems to deliver a CDM training workshop for their senior management. The practical session took place in October at CIMC Head Office in London and covered the CDM 2015 regulatory changes, including a focus on exactly what the changes mean specifically to that business and how they need to adapt their processes to meet the new requirements.

Founded in 2004, CIMC Modular Building Systems (CIMC MBS) has been phenomenally successful, so much so that they are now the leading provider of modular buildings and modular building systems in the world. Building across a number of sectors including Hotel and Hospitality, Student Accommodation, Apartment and workforce accommodation, they have successfully demonstrated how their innovative design and patented building technology can truly alleviate traditional build constraints via shorter build time. 

Anthony Tetlow, Safety Smart’s Managing Director commented:

“With extensive experience in the modular building field ourselves, we recognise that it’s a fantastic opportunity for Safety Smart to work with a client like CIMC; a true leader in their field. The workshop was practical, interactive and most importantly feedback suggests that it was useful to those who attended”.

If you feel that your business would benefit from a CDM training session, please email or call 0800 0025632. We offer as little or as much training as you need and all courses are company specific.

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