Over time, this allows the Scheme
to track the changing views and
attitudes of people regarding the
image of construction.
The Scheme has previously
partnered with Building magazine
who have helped to gather the
thoughts of those who work in the
industry and enlisted the help of
YouGov to ascertain the perceptions
of the public.
Early next year, the survey will
be sent to a number of industry
contacts held on the Scheme’s
database and they will be asked
to answer a number of questions
including how they perceive the
image of UK construction and the
impact of the Scheme.
YouGov will again be assisting with
contacting a representative sample
of the public so that the Scheme
can gauge how the public views
the industry so that comparisons
Annual industry survey
can be made between their views
and the industry’s workforce, and
how their perceptions have also
changed compared to previous
All answers are anonymous and
the information provided will allow
the Scheme to record and monitor
people’s changing view, whilst
reviewing its own performance and
identifying areas for improvement.
Each year the Scheme asks those who work in the industry and members of the public
their thoughts on how they think the image of the construction industry is changing.
All Monitors are asked to take
part so that the Scheme is able
to get a holistic view of how it
is performing in the eyes of its
Monitors and what it could do to
improve. The feedback this year
has been excellent with Monitors
enjoying both their role and being
in a position to offer guidance to
registered sites, companies and
suppliers to help them improve
their considerate standards.
The survey was broken up into
various sections, which included
interacting with the Scheme’s
admin staff, and using a scoring
scale between 1 and 10 where 10
is very satisfied, Monitors gave an
average score of 9.2.
This year the Scheme reintroduced
the Monitors’ Annual Conference
which provides an ideal
Annual Monitors’ survey feedback
Every year the Scheme asks its Monitors via a survey for their thoughts on what they think
about the monitoring process and the Scheme as a whole.
opportunity for all Monitors and
admin staff to meet and hear about
the latest news and developments.
This was well-received, with an
average of 9.4.
Regarding how satisfied the
Monitors are with the Code,
Checklist and scoring, this area
received an average score of 8.2
with a number of suggestions
being made on future
development. These suggestions
were reviewed for inclusion in the
new 2015 Checklist, due to be
published on the 1 January 2015.
The Scheme would like to thank
all Monitors for taking part in the