This training will be fully interactive and you will leave with a full understanding of how to use the SmartWaste reporting tool and produce an RMP.
SmartWaste is an easy to use cloud-based sustainability reporting tool to help you measure all your construction site impacts including waste, energy use, water use, timber and material procurement, transport emissions and more. It reports at both a project and a company, and is aligned with the requirements of BREEAM to help maximise your site management, materials and waste credits. It is also ideal for any organisation certified to the ISO14001 environmental management system standard to demonstrate comprehensive management of your company’s environmental impacts.
N.B. This course is primarily aimed at SmartWaste users. Use of SmartWaste is only available via our SmartWaste membership scheme. For more information about the SmartWaste tool and how to become a member please call the team on 01923 664471 or click t following link. Smartsite Waste Management Software.
9.00 Arrival / refreshments
9:15 Introduction to BRE SmartWaste reporting tool
9:45 Workshop 1: Managing waste contractor, subcontractor, and user records
10:15 Workshop 2: Adding projects and assigning WMCs/users
10:30 Workshop 3: Adding waste data
11:30 Workshop 4: Adding energy and water meter readings
11:50 Workshop 5: Managing material supplier records / adding materials data
12:15 Workshop 6: Adding Considerate Constructors Scheme data
13:15 Workshop 7: Adding transport data
13:40 Workshop 8: Adding biodiversity & ecology data
14:00 Workshop 9: (NEW) Project management, including adding SmartWaste labels
14:30 Workshop 10: (NEW) Recording incidents, complaints & visits
14:50 Project & company reporting
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