Clean Site® – Partnerships in Building a Better Environment

Clean Site<sup>®</sup>

KESAB Clean Site<sup>®</sup> joint CITB program delivered to Mt Gambier construction students
KESAB Clean Site® joint CITB program delivered to Mt Gambier construction students

KESAB’s Clean Site® program delivers relevant industry training in partnership with the Construction Industry Training Board, government agencies, Industry Associations and the building and construction industry.

Training focuses on legislation embracing local government requirements and Environment Protection Authority regulations and codes of practice for resource recovery and stormwater pollution prevention.

Delivery of structured sessions involves environmental toolbox inductions targeting engagement through a statewide network of high school students under a Service Level Agreement with the Construction Industry Training Board’s Doorways2Construction program.

Training and education is provided in a classroom environment show casing onsite practical experience delivered with resources developed by industry, regulators and key stakeholders, and reviewed and upgraded to meet environmental sustainability and contemporary legislation.

The overall Clean Site® program provides opportunities for onsite waste audits and monitoring encouraging and demonstrating waste avoidance and reduction, diversion from landfill, stormwater pollution prevention, and regulatory awareness.

Environmental toolbox inductions and training delivery was conducted in the metropolitan and South East, Riverland and West Coast network of schools which included students from over 40 Trade Training Centres and High Schools reaching over 820 participants.

KESAB’s Clean Site® training delivery provides effective, direct and practical methods for students entering the building and construction industry to understand and comply with environmental legislation reducing impacts on the environment by minimising waste onsite, improving resource recovery and waste diversion from landfill, and embraces stormwater and natural resource management.