Irish Construction Industry Partners Working For A Safer Workplace

CSPAC Co-Chairs

Frank Kelly, the CSPAC Co-Chair, said “The CSPAC has made considerable progress in raising awareness of safety in the construction industry. There is also recognition that safety standards across the sector have improved. However, reducing the overall rate of fatal and serious injuries in the sector remains a key objective of our latest action plan. The CSPAC Action Plan has set out key objectives and initiatives that our members will continue to deliver on with ourcore aim being to improve on the safety and health within the construction sector across both large and small scale enterprises.”


Michelle Quinn, the CSPAC Co-Chair, said “While substantial improvements in safety and health have been achieved since the original Construction Safety Partnership Advisory Committee (CSPAC) was founded, there is still much more that can be achieved. The CSPAC has identified five key areas to focus on between 2022 and 2024 and has set objectives accordingly in order to help improve safety and health in the sector. Full implementation of these goals will help to reduce the rate of fatal and serious incidents on constructions sites in Ireland.”


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


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