Who is this service for?
The purpose of a construction environmental management plan is to outline how a construction project will avoid, minimise or mitigate effects on the environment and surrounding area. The purpose of a construction environmental management plan is typically to:
What is the scope/included?
Construction environmental management plans often detail the implementation of measures in accordance with environmental commitments outlined in; an Environmental Statement, an environmental policy or environmental plan, requirements of planning conditions, Section 106 agreements or other legislative requirements. They are ‘live’ documents that are reviewed and updated at regular intervals throughout the project life cycle.
What are the benefits for our clients?
There are many reasons why an organization should take a strategic approach to improving its environmental performance. Users of the standard have reported that ISO:14001 helps:
Environmental Plan Contents
The contents of a construction environmental plan should consider including the following subject areas, as applicable to the individual project:
Third-party certification – where an independent certification body audits your practices against the requirements of the standard – is a way of signalling to your buyers, customers, suppliers and other stake- holders that you have implemented the standard properly. What’s more, for some organizations, it helps to show how they meet regulatory or contractual requirements.
If your business needs an environmental plan or you wish to be ISO:14001 certified and want further guidance, please don't hesitate to contact us.
MorganHSS has developed a range of services that help to discharge your duties and enhance the Health and Safety in your projects. By working in partnership with your team and supporting and representing your business as principal designers in a day‑to‑day role; providing expertise and knowledge as well as minimising costs.
By working in partnership with your team, supporting and representing your business as Principal Designers in a day‑to‑day role; providing expertise and knowledge as well as minimising costs.
Our solution offers an independent and unbiased health and safety advice service, that can be tailored to suit your specific requirements. Enabling flexibility through a range of solutions, and enables you to upgrade the service at any point throughout your project.
Whether you are an operator, developer, principal designer, architect, client or contractor, we have a CDM advisory service to suit; ranging from the standard solution to help you fulfil your CDM duties, to additional options should you need them.
If you are a client, architect, property developer, property manager, or anyone else who is planning or involved in a CDM project, we are competent and certified Principal Designers. If want further guidance, please don't hesitate to contact us.