IS Ratings Registration - ISCouncil

Registration of Interest

1.Registering Organisation Details
Is the Registrant a member of the IS Council?
2.Project / Asset Description
3.Infrastructure type (may tick more than one)
4.Project key stakeholders
Rating type:(Required)
Please tick all you wish to pursue
Rating level targeted:
Please indicate your target
IS v1.2
IS Essentials
IS Essentials
IS v2.1
IS v2.1
5.Registering Organisation Details
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6.Quote from a project representative on why the project is pursuing an IS Rating.
Accepted file types: jpg, png, Max. file size: 7 MB.
Next Steps

To formally register to pursue an IS rating, an IS Rating Agreement will be issued for review and execution to be returned to the IS Council along with suitable images for registration profile.

Terms and Conditions

The IS rating tool has been developed by the IS Council to evaluate various sustainability elements of infrastructure projects and assets to determine an IS rating. To be eligible for an IS rating, the registered Project/Asset must satisfy specified prerequisites and be awarded a minimum number of points, as described in the IS rating tool. Subject to full compliance by the Applicant with its obligations under the IS Rating Agreement, the Verifier(s) will, after completing the Independent Verification, recommend the rating level to be certified. The Infrastructure Sustainability Council owns all copyright in the components of the IS Rating Scheme (including, but not limited to, the IS Technical Manuals). Accordingly, no-one may use any component of the IS Rating Scheme (including in the provision of consultancy services), unless such usage is in the context of undertaking an IS Rating pursuant to an IS Rating Agreement [to which that person is a party] OR it falls into one of the following categories: 1. It is used by an Infrastructure Sustainability Council Member to determine the potential suitability of the rating tool for their organisation or specific projects; (Preliminary Assessment); 2. It is used by an Infrastructure Sustainability Council Member to map and build internal competency/capability systems and processes around sustainable outcomes in sustainability for their organisation (Organisational Capability Building); 3. It is used by an Infrastructure Sustainability Council Member to assess the performance of work being undertaken and express permission recorded in writing has been granted irrespective of whether achievement of the outcomes and impacts specified in the manual is a contractual requirement or not) (Performance Assessment); Where express permission is granted (which is not the Infrastructure Sustainability Council's preference) all learnings, data and innovation shall - as a condition of permission - be provided back free of charge to the community of practice and the Infrastructure Sustainability Council reserves the right to charge a licence fee or other payment or in-kind contribution.