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Constructing Better Health
 

Making CBH better for you - help by completing our survey

 

Since the acquisition of CBH by B&CE earlier in 2016, we have been taking steps to plan our next stage of development.

Before we make any significant changes to the scheme we are engaging with the construction industry to explore what the next steps for good occupational health provision looks like.

We want your feedback to better support and help improve occupational health provision in the industry.

If you’re a trade federation member, you might have seen us asking for your views in one of their news emails.
By completing our survey, B&CE will ensure that the next steps of any industry scheme are aligned to your needs as an employer as well as your workforce.

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After this period is completed, we will analyse our findings and use them to develop our scheme’s model, ensuring that it meets the future needs of the industry.

Until then, we’ll be making some more immediate enhancements to the CBH operational systems and communication materials to improve the services available to you. Some of these will be on the website, explanatory literature and to the Construction Health Action Toolkit (CHAT) system.

 

Introducing Andrew Percy - your new contact for contractors and clients

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CBH is pleased to welcome Andrew to the team.  Having worked for B&CE for over six years, Andrew has a wide knowledge of the construction industry, developing strong relationships with contractors, clients, trade federations and unions alike.  Andrew’s experience and solid relationship-building will be invaluable in understanding and meeting your needs as a member. 

Andrew says “I’m looking forward to helping CBH continue its work of growing a sound work-related health culture in the construction industry.  Safeguarding worker health remains a high priority in construction. Through CBH we can raise awareness and provide solutions that effect change through positive and relevant action.”

To get in touch with Andrew, email info@cbhscheme.co.uk

 

Updated contractor membership certificates

The CBH members’ certificates have been updated.  They now include the renewal date so an updated certificate will also be sent to you when you renew your CBH membership.

 

CBH out and about

We were proud to be sponsors of both the South East Constructing Excellence Awards  and the Construction News Awards, 2016 

We were happy to cheer on our award winners:

  • The Health & Safety Award was won by O’Donovan Waste Disposal at the South East Constructing Excellence Awards.
  • The Supply Chain Excellence Award was won by ProCure21+: Department of Health and six principal supply chain partners (Balfour Beatty, Galliford Try, IHP, Interserve, Kier, and Willmott Dixon) at the Construction News Awards.
 

CBH contributes to CCS campaign on drug and alcohol awareness

 

CBH was invited to submit an article to the Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) website as part of their Spotlight on Drugs and Alcohol campaign - launched on 13th June.

The CBH article entitled ‘The sobering facts - why work-related drug and alcohol testing is necessary’, can be found here.

 

Industry news

The Construction Client Group leads the way in health through design >>

Publication of the new ISO 45001 Occupational Health and Safety standard delayed, not expected until June 2017 >>

IOSH calls for more action after rise in work-related deaths in UK >>

 

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