Green and Gracious Scheme (GGBS) for Singapore Builders
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Mandatory Green and Gracious Builder Scheme (GGBS) Requirement in Singapore
The GGBS was launched for the promotion of environmental protection during construction projects. It is a benchmark of a builder’s corporate social responsibility to the environment and public during the construction of projects. It aims to promote environment protection during the construction of projects, set standards for gracious building practices, and increase the adoption of productive construction methods that reduce inconveniences to the public.
This scheme is for certified builders who are undergoing any construction work that could harm the environment or damage natural landmarks and aims to encourage environmental responsibility as they work.
BCA Contractors registered under CW01 and CW02 with grades A1, A2, B1 and B2 and those intending to seek registration in these workheads/grades are required to obtain BCA’s Green and Gracious Builder Scheme (GGBS) certification by the following dates:
a) A1 & A2: by 1 January 2015
b) B1 & B2: by 1 January 2016
Why should you get certified under the Green and Gracious Builder Scheme (GGBS)?
With the right certification, guidance and knowledge, your organisation will be able to thrive and ensure appropriate safety measures for the environment and your workers. Find out more about the GGBS and the other certifications necessary for builders and contractors today.
What can CCIS do for you?
There can be quite a handful of guidelines and rules that you have to follow as construction workers and builders. This is where CCIS comes in – with our quality consultancy service, we will be able to guide your organisation through the stages of development, implementation and trial audit.