Irish Construction Industry Partners Working For A Safer Workplace

Objective 5

The Construction Safety Partnership
To continue to support CSP initiatives including Safe-T-Cert and SMP 20

The Construction Safety Partnership Advisory Committee has been instrumental in developing key initiatives to assist the development of health and safety in the Irish Construction Industry.

  • Safe-T-Cert is a construction focussed safety management accreditation scheme that encourages companies involved in construction activities to attain third party accreditation of their safety management system with the ultimate aim of continuous improvement. The CSPAC is committed to assist the scheme to build on its success to date.
  • SMP 20 is an innovative approach to engage with smaller employers and assist them manages the safety and health function. With the introduction of the 2013 Construction Regulations which extend responsibilities, the CSPAC will work with the Health and Safety Authority and the BESMART team to continue developments and seek to migrate the resource to the BESMART platform.
  • CSPAC Awards – CSPAC has continuously supported innovation and involvement of workers in safety improvements. For this reason the CSPAC will once again supported the CSPAC Safety Innovation Award, targeted at smaller contractors who show a commitment to improving safety by implementing an initiative designed to make work safer.
  • The Safety Representative Award is designed to recognise individuals, who in their role as Safety Representatives have made outstanding efforts to improve safety. CSPAC supported this award once again.
  • CSPAC holds an annual forum event that focuses on the health and safety issues of the construction sector.
  • CSPAC will review and update csponline.ie and consider ways to communicate with industry.
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