Irish Construction Industry Partners Working For A Safer Workplace

Objective 2

The Construction Safety Partnership
To Improve and promote safety and health innovation in the sector

Innovation in safety and health have helped drive major improvements in the sector.  The CSPAC will continue to encourage innovation through the annual Safety in Innovation Awards.  The CSPAC aims to help raise awareness of new innovative technologies, systems of work, training etc. within the sector to help improve safety and health.


  • To continue to run and promote the CSPAC Innovation in Safety Award
  • To update the CSPAC website and to have the website act as a portal for information on new innovative technologies
  • To promote innovation in education including  encouraging and supporting eLearning module initiatives relevant to the construction sector
  • To review the current PSDP and PSCS training available and ensure they are mutually supportive and consisten
  • To commit to the efficient communications of safety alerts and other safety information to all members

Objective Group Lead: Stephen Cunningham , IOSH

Objective Group Members: Aisling Davis, HSA and Paddy McNeil, RIAI and CIF representative

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Contact CSPAC

Construction Safety Partnership Advisory Committee
Construction House,
Canal Road,
Dublin 6.


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