Organisation Registration

Organisation Registration

Organisation Registration allows construction companies to register with the Scheme as a Main Contractor (covering all activity undertaken as a sub-contractor and all site activities less than 12 weeks duration where acting as the main contractor), Sub Contractor or Supplier. Any company of any size can register, including trade contractors and those who work within the supply chain.

This type of registration covers the whole of the company and all of its work and provides a policy driven assessment and validation of a company’s systems and processes in relation to their role as a Main Contractor, Sub-Contractor or Supplier in line with the Code of Considerate Practice.

Companies registered in this category may also undertake the optional Leadership and Culture module.

Code of Considerate Practice Organisation (company) Registration includes:

  • A policy driven assessment and validation of their systems and process in relation to your role as a Main Contractor, Sub-Contractor or Supplier through monitoring against the Code of Considerate Practice
  • Monitoring with a report assessing your performance against the Code of Considerate Practice, including performance levels and improvement areas
  • Once achieved, a certificate of conformance with performance level
  • CCS company/supplier logo to demonstrate your Scheme registration for use on your company website and select company materials
  • A public support line to address concerns from the general public
  • Registration materials including certificate of registration, posters and vehicle stickers
  • Opportunity to purchase additional materials
  • Access to an Insights Dashboard to manage your considerate practice journey and track tour performance
  • Eligible for entry into an Organisation award category within the Considerate Constructors Scheme awards

Registration does not count towards BREEAM. If you are working towards one of these accreditations, please register under the Site Registration option.

Main Contractors

Who can register as a Main Contractor?:

  • Main Contractors (including joint ventures) are defined as companies that have responsibility for a construction site.
  • If your company works as both a Main Contractor and a Sub-Contractor you should register as a Main Contractor.
  • If you are a Joint Venture intending to deliver multiple projects you should also register in this category.
  • Main Contractors’ construction sites with a duration less than twelve weeks are covered by this registration.
  • If you are Main Contractor, with an annual turnover of less than £3.5M all sites with a duration of twelve weeks or more are also covered by this registration.
  • If you are Main Contractor, with an annual turnover of £3.5M or more, any construction site with a duration of twelve weeks or more will need to be registered additionally via the Site Registration route.

Monitoring included:

  • One policy related monitoring visit. (Organisations that choose to use our optional self-assessment tool will normally only require a virtual monitoring visit).
  • A minimum of one site visit in any six month period of registration.
  • Additional monitoring can be purchased separately.

Sub-Contractors

Who can register as a Sub-Contractor?

  • Sub-Contractors are defined as any organisation that provides a workforce to a main contractor or supplies fixed rental equipment that requires specialist on site operation and/or maintenance (such as a tower crane and scaffolding).
  • If your company works as both a Main Contractor and a Sub-Contractor you should register as a Main Contractor.

Monitoring included:

  • One policy related monitoring visit. (Organisations that choose to use our optional self-assessment tool will normally only require a virtual monitoring visit).
  • A minimum of one site visit in any six month period of registration.
  • Additional monitoring can be purchased separately

Suppliers

Who can register as a Supplier?

  • Suppliers are defined as suppliers of materials, and equipment for temporary hire used by the site’s workforce.

Monitoring included:

  • One policy related monitoring visit. (Organisations that choose to use our optional self-assessment tool will normally only require a virtual monitoring visit).
  • A minimum of one site visit in any period of registration, with additional site visits depending on the number of depots registered.
  • Additional monitoring can be purchased separately