Bamford Water Treatment Works has recently undertaken its first Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) audit.
The site, owned by Severn Trent Water situated in the Peak District, is Severn Trent’s third largest treatment works and supplies drinking water to Derby, Nottingham and Leicester. It was recently recognized as “very good”, with the team scoring highly in all areas. This is a great achievement on a first audit.
The scheme monitors compliance in five key areas:
•Care about Appearance
•Respect the Community
•Protect the Environment
•Secure Everyone’s Safety
•Value our Workforce
The site is performing well above the minimum requirements of the Scheme’s Code. It has undertaken a number of additional measures to address the questions on the checklist, demonstrating that they are performing to a very good standard with a thorough commitment to the Scheme’s Code.
The CCS is the national initiative set up by to improve the reputation of the construction industry as a whole. The Bamford site recently registered with the scheme and is monitored against a Code of Considerate Practice designed to encourage companies to work beyond their statutory requirements.
This great result follows the recent Achilles Verify audit score of 100 percent. The site team were awarded a perfect score as they excelled at demonstrating their capabilities under the stringent eye of the Achilles auditor.
This is another fantastic example of great team work, proving that hard work and dedication really does pay off. Congratulations to all the team at Bamford on this outstanding achievement!