Environmental Good Practice on Site

This IEMA Approved Environmental good practice on site training course is based on the very successful third edition of CIRIA's Environmental good practice on site guide (and accompanying booklet of onsite checklists) is to provide practical guidance about managing construction sites to control environmental impacts.

Construction activities will always have an impact on the surrounding environment and neighbours. Good environmental practice ensures that these impacts are managed positively. Impacts can take one of many different forms, including water, air or noise pollution.

Clients, their professional advisors, contractors and the whole construction supply chain all have responsibilities for environmental management. The nature of environmental legislation is changing and this in itself, together with changes in good practice, makes training on environmental issues relevant for all levels of construction experience.

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