Construction and demolition wastes typically include soils, concrete, bricks, glass, wood, plasterboard, asbestos, metals and plastics.
Construction and Demolition Industries account for
If you are unsure of your responsibilities or want to know if you’re heading in the right direction or perhaps you or your clients have a construction or demolition undertaking that you want to ensure you are managing without risk of litigation, then ACT Projects carries the expertise that saves you valuable time to concentrate on your core tasks and business development.
If you are exposed to:
- stop notices
- fixed penalty notices
- revocation of approvals
- clean-up liabilities
- fines, and imprisonment
- damaging your company image
ACT Projects provides bespoke Environmental Awareness Training to the Construction and Demolition Industries. Increase yours and your employees’ environmental awareness, the company’s environmental performance and environmental tender scores.
The Aims and Objective of the training are:
- Obtain a brief knowledge of relevant legislation
- Brush-up on Environmental Awareness
- Provide a brief overview of the main environmental issues associated with the construction and demolition industries
- Consider the costs and consequences of causing pollution and poor environmental performance
- Provide an understanding of:
– Environmental and Waste Permits
– Waste Management and Duty of Care responsibilities
– Client companies waste and materials record system
No mess, interactive intense training course – delivered at locations to suit you. Please phone ACT to discuss requirements.
Are you confused or frustrated by Environmental Regulations, Waste Management Legislation, Duty of Care responsibilities and heaps of guidance please contact us
Remember - You are responsible for ensuring you understand and comply with all legislation that is applicable to your site and works. Ignorance of legislation is no defence under law.
Benefits to YOU
- Identify cost savings
- Improve PQQ & ITT success
- Demonstrate company performance
- Show employer commitment
- Increase employee awareness
- Enhance company image
- Validate legal compliance
- Identify areas for improvement
For more information contact us