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CSPAC publishes Programme of Work 2014

Construction Safety PartnershipThe 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 Objectives focus on: Design and Procurement, Small Contractors, Workers engagement and representation, Competency and training and Safety Management Systems.
The bottom line for CSPAC is to recognise best practice and continue the drive to reduce the number of and cost of accidents in the construction industry.”
Peter McCabe, CSPAC Chairman

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