Irish Construction Industry Partners Working For A Safer Workplace
  • Construction Safety Week 2016: Why Site Safety Matters

    The Construction Industry Federation has launched its annual construction safety week campaign today and called on all construction companies to set aside time this week to reemphasise the importance of safety to their employees with a view to further reducing workplace accidents.

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  • Construction Safety Partnership Advisory Committee launches new Case Study

    This Case Study follows on from the CSPAC guidance on Client Requirements to make Particular Safety and Health Appointments. This important case study should be of assistance to Clients and Project Supervisors Design Process in dealing with duties, competence and adequate resources as in Part 2 – Design and...

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  • The 5 Objectives of CSPAC

    1) Improving Safety in Design Procurement.
    2) Small and Medium Contractors - Special Initiatives.
    3) Competency and Training - Safe Pass & Management up skilling.
    4) Worker Engagement - Safety Representative Facilitation Project...

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  • CSPAC Publications

    Download all of our publications which detail everything you will need to know in order to meet your commitments as a responsible construction industry employer or a safe and healthy employee.

    From safety guidelines to worker compliance - it's all here.

    All downloads are in PDF format.

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Construction Safety Partnership Advisory Committee

It is proposed that the Construction Safety Partnership and the HSA Construction Advisory Committee have been combined thereby establishing the Construction Safety Partnership Advisory Committee (CSPAC)

The new structure is a reflection of the need for a renewed focus and increased action on safety and health in the construction sector. The combination of both groups is seen as having significant potential to be a key driver for this.

David Begg, ICTUMessage from David Begg General Secretary, ICTU

"Congress wholeheartedly endorses the partnership of the CSPAC as a key instrument in improving worker safety in the building industry. The new plan has initiatives that advance the progress already made. I wish all parties success in implementing the plan and look forward to seeing positive results in worker safety."

Tom Parlon, CIFMessage from Tom Parlon Director General, CIF

"The Construction Industry Federation welcomes this third partnership agreement and looks forward to working with our partners to achieve our mutual goal of a safer industry. The members of the CIF are committed to continuously improving safety performance and previous Partnerships have contributed enormously to the great strides that industry has made. By our joint efforts we can achieve much."

Martin O'Halloran, HSAMessage from Martin O'Halloran, Chief Executive, HSA

"The Authority enthusiastically enters this latest phase of partnership for safety in the construction industry. New challenges have been met with new goals. I welcome the commitment by all partners. Let's hope that the improvement trend continues and that the ambitious projects add further value to safety performance."

  • Safety Week 2016
    CIF calls on SMEs to think safety to reduce workplace accidents
    The Construction Industry Federation has launched its annual construction safety week campaign today and called on all construction companies to set aside time this week to reemphasise the importance of safety to their employees with a view to further reducing workplace accidents. The week will commence on September 12th and...

CSPAC: Programme of Work 2014

The CSPAC Programme of Work 2014 is now available. “I am pleased to present the Construction Safety Partnership Advisory Committee Programme of Work for 2014. The Objectives in the programme have been agreed following discussions with CSPAC member organisations and recommendations...
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