News 2013

News 2013

The Scheme’s news from 2013

  • 2014 Code and Checklist update

    11 December 2013

    In January 2013 the Scheme launched a new five-point Code of Considerate Practice, a new shortened Checklist and an updated scoring system.
    These changes have been …

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  • Equality and diversity

    26 November 2013

    The Considerate Constructors Scheme was recently asked to present to the Highways Agency and the UKCG who were both interested to understand how equality and diversity …

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  • National Company Awards 2013 winners

    13 November 2013

     
    The Considerate Constructors Scheme’s 2013 National Company Awards have celebrated the most considerate construction companies of the last year.
    The awards took place on the 15th …

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  • Industry urged to take pledge on health

    27 October 2013

     
    The Government’s Public Health Minister Jane Ellison recently launched the Responsibility Deal Construction Pledge which looks to tackle the poor health among the industry’s workforce.
    The …

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  • Spotlight on… cycle safety update

    21 October 2013

     
    Earlier this year the Scheme launched its new ‘Spotlight on…’ initiative which is designed to raise awareness of issues currently affecting the industry.
    The first issue …

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  • Happy 10th birthday to Ivor Goodsite!

    24 September 2013

    This year Ivor Goodsite celebrates his 10th birthday. Since his first appearance, Ivor Goodsite quickly became the construction industry’s mascot, engaging with children to promote safety …

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  • Recent examples of innovation

    16 September 2013

     
    Since the Scheme launched its five-point Code of Considerate Practice earlier this year, many have asked what is regarded as innovation in order to secure the …

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  • Registrations continue to rise

    16 September 2013

     
    The Scheme is pleased to report that registration numbers for 2013 are currently outperforming 2012 as the industry remains committed, now more than ever, to improving …

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