The Construction Industry Research and Information Association (CIRIA) runs a number of courses that are of interest to those working on construction sites.
Venue: CIRIA, Griffin Court, 15 Long Lane, London EC1A 9PN
9 April 2014, 09.00-17.00
Registration from 08.30am
Environmental good practice on site
Construction activities will always have an impact on the surrounding environment and neighbours. Good environmental practice ensures that these, e.g. such as water, air and noise pollution, are managed positively. Clients, their professional advisors, contractors and the whole construction supply chain, all have responsibilities for environmental management.
As environmental legislation continues to change and good practice evolves, training on environmental issues has become a must-have for all construction professionals, regardless of their level of experience.
This course will help to understand the implications of updated environmental legislation and how the application of good practice will potentially save time, money, adverse publicity and the possibility of litigation.
This training course is IEMA approved.
Who should attend?
Site managers, environmental managers and anyone concerned with the environmental performance of a site.
Why should you attend?
• You will receive an overview of good environmental practice on construction sites.
• You will be provided with practical guidance about managing construction sites to control environmental impacts.
• Obtain CPD accreditation.
For further information, contact Patrick Williams in the Events tea, tel: 020 7549 3308, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org