Using the Monitors’ Checklist to prepare for site visits

Sites should regularly review the CCS Code of Considerate Practice, Monitor Reports and complaints, to ensure they are being a considerate constructor.

The Monitor’s checklist is provided to all sites prior to arranged site visits.

The checklist is supplied to provide site management with an understanding of what Monitors are looking for and expect to see on site visits. Therefore, sites can plan their project appropriately and prepare for visits, giving them the best opportunity to achieve a high score.

Below is an example of how one site has used the Monitor’s Checklist to prepare:

  • All CCS Monitor checklist questions were loaded onto a tablet application ‘i-Auditor’ to audit the site and try to self-score, in advance of the Monitor visit.

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Monitor Report, Deconstruct (UK) Ltd, London, January


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