Ivor Goodsite

Industry mascot, Ivor Goodsite, is a costumed character developed by the Considerate Constructors Scheme and used by construction companies to engage with a younger audience, to encourage safety on and around construction sites and to promote all that is positive about the UK construction industry.

Ivor is available to attend appropriate industry related events and the costume can be hired via the Scheme’s administration office.

Click on an entry below to find out what you can do with Ivor Goodsite.


Honor Goodsite’s Big Build competition

Published 3 September 2018 | No comments
Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesBusinesses Colleges Community liaison Cooperation Public Residents Schools Support Workforce
Honor Goodsite’s Big Build has returned for its second year! The competition is free to enter and open to all registered sites, companies and suppliers. The Big Build is a fantastic way for all contractors to engage with their local communities by asking them to build a famous or fictional structure out of recyclable materials. All entrants need to do...

Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition

Published 29 June 2018 | No comments
Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesCommunication Cooperation Enclosures First Impressions campaign Initial impressions Nurseries Schools
Ivor Goodsite is a mascot used by the Considerate Constructors Scheme to engage with the younger members of the community. One of the best ways to involve local schools and educate them about safety on a construction site, is through school visits and the Ivor Goodsite Hoarding Competition. This Hoarding Competition encourages local school children to design and paint images on the...

Ivor Goodsite Building Site Safety Presentation

Published 4 November 2016 | No comments
Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesNurseries Schools
The Ivor Goodsite Building Site Safety Presentation has been developed to be shown to children of primary school age. The presentation can be used to accompany any school visit that a site may be have coming up and is available in both English and Welsh. In the presentation you will find important building site safety information for young people including: Site...

Ivor Goodsite Products

Published 4 November 2016 | No comments
Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesNurseries Schools
As well as hiring the costumes, there are a number of other products which can be purchased to give to the children Ivor or Honor meet, as both a surprise and also a reminder of their day. These products are a fun and educational way to reinforce the important message of staying safe to a young audience by highlighting the dangers of...

Ivor and Honor Goodsite visit certificates

Published 4 November 2016 | No comments
Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesNurseries Schools
Ivor and Honor Goodsite certificates have been developed to be given to all children who have met the costumed characters. The certificates can be filled out with the child’s name and a section to explain what they learnt on the visit. These certificates are available to download on the Ivor Goodsite website. To download the certificates click the link below.

Child Protection Guidance for school visits

Published 4 November 2016 | No comments
Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesColleges Nurseries Operative behaviour Schools Universities
For those on site while young people are visiting, it is important to be aware of potentially difficult situations. By following the simple guidance outlined in this template document it should be possible to ensure that the site is a secure environment for young people as well as site staff. The template document includes guidance about how to appropriately act...

Ivor and Honor Goodsite

Published 4 November 2016 | No comments
Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesNurseries Schools
Industry mascots, Ivor and Honor Goodsite, are costumed characters developed by the Considerate Constructors Scheme for construction companies to engage with a younger audience and to encourage safety on and around construction sites. Ivor and Honor Goodsite are also used to promote a positive message about the UK construction industry to the younger generation. Costumes can be hired for industry-related events such...

Spot the Job site sign and A1 poster

Published 26 September 2016 | No comments
Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesEnclosures Entrance Signage
Spot the Job site sign The Considerate Constructors Scheme has developed a ‘Spot the Job’ sign aimed at 8-14 year olds to highlight the range of jobs available within the construction industry. Produced in conjunction with CITB’s Go Construct campaign, the sign shows industry mascot Honor Goodsite, holding a colourful A1 poster which displays a fictional construction site. The sign, measuring 1m x 1.48m,...

Ivor Goodsite ‘Hunt the Hazard’ site sign and A1 poster

Published 16 February 2015 | No comments
Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesChild safety Enclosures Safety signage Signage
Hunt the Hazard! site sign Ivor Goodsite is an industry mascot, used to promote a positive image of the construction industry. The ‘Hunt the Hazard!’ sign, should be clearly displayed on hoardings and fencing in a prominent position for passers-by. It displays a fictional construction site and shows a number of potential hazards for children to find. The sign is designed...

Ivor and Honor Goodsite promotional sign

Published 11 September 2014 | No comments
Written by CCS Best Practice Hub Administrator
CategoriesEntrance Guidance Signage
Ivor and Honor Goodsite are industry mascots used to promote a positive image of the construction industry. Many sites have used the these promotional signs to display new and informative messages on a weekly basis. The signs should be clearly displayed on hoardings and fencing in a prominent position for passers-by. This helps to enhance the site’s appearance and keep local residents...