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Environmental good practice on site – new CIRIA guidance

Join us for the launch of our new guidance Environmental good practice on site guide (fifth edition) (C811) to discover how to effectively manage environmental, social and economic, legislation and contract conditions at your construction sites.

Background
Every construction project has environmental requirements that need to be well-managed by the site manager and workers on site. In 2015, CIRIA published Environmental good practice on site guide (fourth edition) (C741) which provided essential guidance to site managers. However, the construction industry has come under increasing pressure to reduce negative environmental impacts. With the introduction of the Environment Act 2021, construction projects are expected to be carried out at higher environmental standards and achieve new national environmental commitments such as net zero emission by 2050.

Environmental good practice on site guide (fifth edition) (C811) provides up to date practical guidance on delivering sustainable construction at the site level including ecology, protected species and habitats, historic environments and archaeological remains, land contamination, nuisance (eg noise, vibration, lighting, dust, emissions, odours), resources (eg energy, materials, water and waste), and traffic/travel arrangements and vehicle use.

This webinar will provide attendees with an overview of CIRIA’s new guidance and its timely updates, and demonstrate its practical application to manage a range of environmental issues on construction sites.

Special offer
All attendees will qualify from a 20% discount off Environmental good practice on site guide (fifth edition) (C811) for a limited period. The promotional code will be communicated with the joining instructions pre-event.

Sponsorship opportunities
For information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Tam Simmons.

Why attend
  • Hear from the project team as they provide an overview of the guide and key updates for the fifth edition.
  • Get an overview of good environmental practice on construction sites.
  • Discover practical guidance on managing construction sites to control environmental impacts.
  • Understand how the guide supports contractors to adhere to environmental good practice on site.
  • Participate in a live Q&A session with the authors and speakers.
  • Earn valuable CPD.
Who should attend
Site managers, environmental managers, clients, consultants, contractors, suppliers and anyone concerned with the environmental performance of a site.

When
Thursday 25 April 2024
14:00 – 15:30

Programme
14:00 Welcome and introduction
Claire Dickinson Independent Consultant
14:10 Why we needed to update Environmental good practice on site guide
(fourth edition) (C741)
Joanne Kwan, Senior Research Manager, CIRIA
14:20 What's new in Environmental good practice on site guide (fifth edition)
(C811)
Cecilia MacLeod, Programme Leader, Water, Wastewater and Environmental
Engineering, University of Greenwich and Senior Scientific Advisor,
Advanced Bacterial Sciences
14:40 Contractor's perspective
Steve Jackson, Director, Solifix
15:00 Interactive discussion and Q&A
15:25 Closing remarks

Fees
CIRIA members Free to attend
Non-members Free to attend

Booking
Please sign in or create an account to register online for this event.
If you are experiencing issues registering online, please complete and return the booking form to Charlotte Draper.
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When
4/25/2024 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
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