5th Feb 2019 With a number of positive indicators for Irish construction in 2019, but also some major issues to be addressed, CIF directors are positive but cautious about industry prospects in the year ahead.
16th Nov 2018 The NSAI sees many construction companies achieving best practices in the normal Monday to Friday working week. But there is still work to be done, the authority's Fergal O'Byrne will tell the Construction Industry Federation Health and Safety Summit. Article by Craig Tait Originally...
‘Compressed programmes and lack of resources across the industry is applying pressure throughout the value chain’12th Nov 2018 Damien Petticrew, Managing Director of CJK Engineering speaks to the Sunday Business Post about the challenges facing health and safety in the construction sector ahead of the upcoming CIF Health & Safety Summit.
9th May 2018 Nowadays companies have the option of online or offline delivery for orientation training, although many choose a blended approach whereby employees are advised of policies and procedures via online learning and interactive, face-to-face training is used for more complex or riskier type topics.
30th Apr 2018 As part of the #BuildingEquality 2018 Campaign, Michelle Kelly, EHS Co-Ordinator with Designer Group, shares her story as a woman in construction.
25th Apr 2018 In Ireland from 2008 to 2017 there were 501 people killed due to work activity with many thousands more seriously injured.
13th Mar 2018 As part of the #BuildingEquality 2018 Campaign, Sorcha Flanagan, EHS Specialist with Wm. O'Brien Crane Hire, shares her story as a woman in construction.
1st Feb 2018 Ongoing systematic behaviour change in the construction industry has seen fatalities drop by 33% from 9 to 6 throughout 2017.
18th Jan 2018 With over 15 years’ experience working closely with construction companies in the UK and Ireland Dillon Productions have developed a unique expertise.
6th Dec 2017 Collen Safety Manager, Joe O’Dwyer outlines Collen’s December Safety Initiative