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Requirements for Construction Site Welfare Facilities

This following guidance has been updated in order to comply with current legislation in particular the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013 Part 14 Construction Site Welfare Facilities.   Year : 2017 – More Information

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Be Smart for Construction

If you are being appointed as a Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS) for a construction project you now have the option to download a Construction Stage Safety and Health Plan template when you complete a hazard assessment for a construction business type in your My BeSMART management screen. You must […]

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Construction Safety Partnership Advisory Committee Plan 2017-2019

SCPAC Work Plan This is the first work plan since the amalgamation of the Construction Safety Partnership and the Construction Advisory Committee in 2016. Employment in the construction sector has risen steadily year on year with an increase of employment from the first 6 months of 2016 of over 8%.  […]

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CIF calls on SMEs to think safety to reduce workplace accidents

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.

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Paul Kelly, King and Moffat winner of the CSPAC Construction Safety Representative Award 2015

Paul Kelly, King and Moffat winner of the CSPAC Construction Safety Representative Award 2015

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SNPS win CSPAC/NISO Innovation Award 2015

SNPS won the CSPAC/NISO Innovation Award 2015 for small firms for its safety net tracking software.

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Construction Safety Representative Award 2015

CSPAC Award Consultation between Management and Employees is a vital component of an organisation’s management of health and safety. The CSPAC recognize the importance of the role of the Construction Safety Representative and is proud to sponsor an award (€500 plus a Certificate of Recognition) for the Construction Safety Representative […]

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The CSPAC Small Contractor / Sub Contractor Innovation Award

The CSPAC Small Contractor / Sub Contractor Innovation Award will be awarded to a small contractor who has introduced an innovation / change to the way that they operate that has made improvements to health and safety within the last three years. This may have been a small engineering change […]

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Construction Safety Partnership Advisory Committee launches new Case Study

Construction Safety Partnership Advisory Committee launches new Case Study – Project Supervisor Design Process 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 […]

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Robert Kelly is the CSPAC Construction Safety Representative of the Year 2014.

Robert Kelly is the CSPAC Construction Safety Representative of the Year 2014. Robert Kelly is the Construction Safety Representative of the Year 2014. Robert works for Cork-based CIF member firm McGinty O’Shea. He is pictured here with the company’s HSQE Manger Pauline McCarthy, in Cork, 20th November 2014.

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