Mulalley Embrace New Scheme Checklist

Mulalley has appointed their Associate Director for Sustainability, Peter Sharman as their Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) Champion.

As the CCS Champion, Peter carries out briefings and site visits, where all relevant Scheme updates are shared with all those involved with the project, as well as assisting the Scheme with developing new initiatives.

During the briefings to the project team a presentation is given which covers: CCS updates, new CCS initiatives, Monitor visit scores received, Best Practice Hub, as well as other relevant Scheme information.

In one recent Monitor visit carried out a short while after the release of the 2016 checklist, the Monitor noted the great lengths Mulalley has gone to, to make sure all their staff are aware of the new Checklist and the main impact and requirements.

The Scheme Monitor commented:

“The new 2016 checklist was only introduced some ten days ago prior to this monitoring visit, but already the company has held discussions to appraise all managers and commenced implementation of the new requirements. This clearly demonstrates commitment towards the Considerate Constructors Scheme which is to be applauded.”

Changes implemented by Mulalley in reaction to the 2016 Checklist include:

  • A separate smoking area for e-cigarettes has been established.
  • HV jackets introduced with first aid indication and first aid packs to be carried by visible first aiders.
  • Link created to the Best Practice Hub on company intranet.
  • A Health Roadshow Check has been implemented and will be rolled out across sites.
  • The company has introduced five e-learning programs which are available to all operatives, including subcontractors.

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