15 statements to which respondents indicated the extent to which they agreed or disagreed: there is commitment to environmental management (Variable of VAR1).
|Rank order||Questions||Mean score for each question|
|1||There are clear roles and responsibilities for designated environmental functions||65.43%|
|2||Environmental management is relied upon to implement good safety practices||56.85%|
|3||There are publicity posters to make people aware of environmental risks||56.79%|
|4||Materials are carefully fully stored to minimise the risk of physical damage or damage by weather||56.36%|
|5||There are risk assessments when there are potential environmental problems||54.94%|
|6||There is clarity in environmental procedures||54.32%|
|7||There is appropriate investment in work that may be required to protect the environment||54.26%|
|8||There are procedures to deal with ways of minimising waste of materials||52.35%|
|9||Actions are taken to minimise the amount of dust created by site operations||52.10%|
|10||Waste materials of different kinds are kept in separate skips or areas before disposal off-site||51.98%|
|11||Professional staff are qualified in environmental management||51.91%|
|12||There is an effective and comprehensive framework to deal with environmental problems||51.48%|
|13||Employees are trained to recognise potential environmental dangers||50.56%|
|14||There is a commitment to spend money to attain environmental benefits||49.69%|
|15||Actions are taken to minimise the amount of noise created by site operations||49.01%|
|Overall mean score for all participants||53.87%|
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