To increase promotion of the benefits of CCS and supply chain registration, each subcontractor working on the Inverness Justice Centre project (there are nine in total) was requested to nominate a CCS Champion responsible for sharing knowledge and best practice with others on site.
They then sign a charter demonstrating their commitment and responsibility for advocating best practice, attend a fortnightly co-ordination meeting where fresh ideas can be discussed, and they must complete at least one CCS e-learning module per week.
Each champion’s signed photo charter and their e-learning certificates are displayed on the ‘Best Practice Wall’ in the welfare area. The client’s clerk of works has also participated.
To supplement this, the site has introduced weekly subcontractors’ CCS performance monitoring for which they have designed a bespoke form covering the main requirements of each of the five sections – the results are then displayed on a league table to encourage continual improvements.
Monitor Report. Robertson Construction Scotland Northern. Highlands. April 2019.
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