Scope Projects has extensive experience in working within school environments and fully understands the requirements associated with working in sensitive areas.
Safety in Schools
Scope Projects is constantly aware of student and public safety when working within schools, whether it is a greenfield project or a classroom fitout.
Temporary Fencing and Hoardings
Temporary fencing and/or hoardings are erected as agreed with the school and project team to enclose the construction site, access routes and where applicable site parking. Hoardings and fencing are consistently maintained to ensure site security and the demarcation between the construction site and the school is maintained. Fences and hoardings are adequately sign posted with information to advise of the dangers and provide direction.
Site deliveries where possible are scheduled for outside of school hours and access routes are protected and managed by site management.
Site areas are regularly cleaned throughout the construction process eliminating the accumulation of debris and rubbish.
Within the site we establish site accommodation, sanitary facilities and lockable storage. Facilities are maintained and kept tidy at all times.
We are familiar with the process of police vetting and have no objection to the vetting of all staff and subcontractors working on the site.
Noise and Disruption
We are familiar with working in schools and other acoustically sensitive areas and understand the requirement to be considerate of the schools requirements when teaching and during exams. We keep the school and project team fully informed of proposed work and take the necessary steps to eliminate and/or minimise noise and disruption.
Disconnection of services
All service disconnections and diversions will be undertaken in agreement with the school and project team to ensure no disruption to the functioning of the school.
Standard School Policies
We are familiar with following standard school policies:
1. Zero Student Contact
2. Use of radios
4. Offensive language
5. No animals or pets