2024 CCS Code and Checklist Changes Explained

The Considerate Constructors Scheme has released their Code of Considerate Practice and Checklist for 2024.

The Monitor Checklist changes for 2024 are as follows:

Q1.1.2 Clarified: Registered Activity must ensure that all workforce receives induction on the Code of Considerate Practice.
Previously the need to communicate the Code of Practice to the workforce was only implied. If staff inductions on the Code happen only at a projects kick-off, personnel and sub-contracted trades that change during the project can miss them. The Scheme provides an Operatives Guide that may be used to help achieve conformance for this requirement.

Q1.2.2 New requirement: Those responsible for delivering Code conformance must complete the 4 CCS e-Learning modules on the Code.
Data shows that where the person responsible for Code compliance has completed the Scheme’s Code e-Learning generally score higher on average than those sites where the person has not taken the modules.

Q3.1.2 Clarified: Registered Activity do not need a specific recognition process for considerate practice, they may recognise individual through their existing reward and recognition processes.
This change confirms that Registered Activities may use their existing employee reward and recognition processes.

Q3.2.2 New requirement: Registered Activity must maintain administrative controls for health and safety, including providing suitable PPE in female sizes.
Both CIOB and the National Association of Women in Construction Yorkshire Region have warned that many employers do not provide PPE that fits females, this new addition addresses this issue (see this case study on our Best Practice Hub).

Q3.3.1 New requirement: Registered Activity to ensure the provision of female sanitary products and sanitary disposal in both female and male toilets.
Growing awareness of male incontinence has meant that sanitary bins for men are now appearing in many public and workplace settings. The CCS has awarded a number of best practices in this area during 2023, this change supports wellbeing in the workplace.

The Checklist has been designed to be a single Checklist for all registration types, a “Registered Activity”, means site, Ultra Site, supplier, company, sub-contractor, or main contractor.

To view the checklist, click the link below.

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