Salmon-Safe releases updated accreditation standards for construction management
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Building on momentum with some of the region's largest contractors, Salmon-Safe today releases newly updated accreditation standards for pollution prevention in large-scale construction management with the goal of helping environmentally innovative builders achieve zero sediment runoff across their entire operations. First piloted by the Washington operation of Turner Construction, Salmon-Safe's accreditation is the nation’s first independent accreditation program to recognize construction professionals’ excellence in water quality protection practices.
Download updated Salmon-Safe Construction Accreditation Standards V2.1 (June 2014).
Download the Salmon-Safe Construction Accreditation Application Form.
Download the Salmon-Safe Annual Reporting Form for Construction Accreditation.
The accreditation program recognizes construction companies who commit to implementing pollutant control and runoff protection measures everywhere they work, even if the sites they are constructing will not necessarily be eligible for Salmon-Safe certification. Accredited companies further commit to ensuring that Salmon-Safe practices are carried out by all subcontractors and employees.