Clean Construction Code

The health and wellbeing of the workforce should be a main priority for construction sites. Occupational health risks are particularly important in this industry, and sites must demonstrate a clear commitment to creating a safe work environment.

See the examples below for how one site tackled this issue:

  • Developed a Clean Construction Code, in conjunction with the WELL Standard, which is the first of its kind in the UK.
  • The goal is to create a clean and healthy work environment and to eliminate/ reduce exposure to respiratory hazards on site, including dust and harmful emissions.
  • The code encourages trade contractors to meet sets of criteria to progress through bronze, silver and gold standards of Clean Construction.

For more information on the code and its criteria, click the document below:

Mace’s Clean Construction Code

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Monitor report. Mace. London. July 2017.


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