CLOCS Site monitoring visits
4 Sep 2018
To help Champions understand and improve site compliance and consequent safety, the CLOCS Site Monitoring Visits have been developed in partnership with CLOCS partners Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS). The following policy has been agreed to maintain the integrity of the CLOCS Standard and the reputation of CLOCS Champions, please read the full policy for further information. The following guidelines are available to help familiarise the process CLOCS Site Checklist and Preparing for your visit.
A CLOCS client Champion should ensure that at least 20% of their ‘sites’ each year receive one or more visits from the CLOCS Site Monitoring Team. At least 80% of the sites visited by the CLOCS Site Monitoring Team should be compliant on all 7 aspects of the approved checklist. Non-compliances should be quickly addressed.
There is a nominal charge for site monitoring visits (£225 - £325 +VAT pervisit). The cost of your first visit will include a 2.4m x 0.6m vinyl CLOCS banner and A1 CLOCS poster to promote your commitment to community safety. Fee Schedule can be viewed here.
The CLOCS Site Monitoring Team provides a detailed report containing helpful advice on areas for improvement. Under achievement should be quickly addressed. Organisations failing to demonstrate good progress towards its CLOCS goals may have their Champion status suspended.
Site monitoring visits can be booked using the CLOCS Champion portal. The Champion portal has been developed to help your organisation manage its relationship with CLOCS. When site visits are booked via the portal, scores and reports are stored in the system for future reference. Results for sites across the whole organisation can be viewed by authorised contacts, allowing for internal benchmarking and continuous improvement.
To book a site visit directly email firstname.lastname@example.org
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