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Construction Safety Representative Award 2014

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 who has […]

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‘Safety at Heights’ campaign launched for construction industry

57% of construction fatalities caused by falls from height over last 5 years A new health and safety campaign aimed at increasing ‘Safety at Heights’ on construction sites is being rolled out around the country. Falls from heights were responsible for 24 of the 42 construction related deaths that occurred […]

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6 Construction Workers fell to their DEATH in 2013

 CSPAC Working at Height Campaign 2014 No job is worth falling for! Think! Welcome to the CSPAC working at height campaign. Working at height is a high risk activity. CSPAC note that in 2013 there were 6 Construction workers killed while carrying out work at height. The CSPAC working at […]

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CSPAC publishes 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 from the Construction Safety Forum in November 2013. The […]

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CSPAC Safety Innovation Award 2013

The CSPAC Safety Innovation Award was won by Rose Construction Ltd.

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Construction Safety Partnership Advisory Committee

The CSPAC is a body consisting of Employers, Trade Unions, Industry Representative Organisations, Professional Bodies, Government and State Agencies which seeks to promote continuous improvements in health and safety performance at all levels within the Irish construction industry. The partnership has been in operation since 1999.

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