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Constructing Better Health

B&CE get thumbs up on vision for occupational health in construction


We spoke at the Health in Construction Leadership Group’s CEO Summit on 26 January. B&CE’s Chief Executive, Patrick Heath-Lay, gained overwhelming support from attendees on our vision for improving occupational health in the construction industry.

Good news – we’re on the right track


82% of industry leaders from large construction companies voted ‘yes’ when asked if our proposed occupational health solution was a way forward for the industry.

We have engaged with the industry, finding that contractors agree that more needs to be done to improve how occupational health is implemented in the construction sector.

Over the coming months, we will work with the industry to further develop this solution and ultimately improve the health of construction workers.

Find out more on these developments and read our FAQs »


Occupational health news – you heard it from us first


We’re working with the construction industry as we continue to develop this occupational health solution.

So why not keep up to date and get involved with the latest developments of the new model – sign up for our occupational health newsletter (you’ll still get updates in the CBH newsletter about the current CBH scheme).

Visit the B&CE website to sign up »


We build on occupational health expertise

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B&CE welcomes a new Head of Occupational Health and Wellbeing

Meet Margaret Grahamslaw… with 19 years as an occupational health professional under her belt. Margaret joins us on secondment from Balfour Beatty plc, where she is responsible for guiding and managing occupational health services across the UK. She will maintain her role at Balfour Beatty throughout the nine month secondment, allocating her time between the two organisations. Central to her role will be supporting us in developing an occupational health solution to improve the health of construction workers.

Find out more about Margaret »


More enhancements to CHAT


We’ve listened to your concerns about CHAT (CBH’s operational system for contractors) and we’re happy to say more improvements are on the way.

Last year we made the bulk employee upload process easier as well as certain usability within the system. And we’re also making it easier to view and download reports for your company within CHAT.

So watch this space – we’ll let you know when the improved reporting is due to be launched…


B&CE’s Charitable Trust paid out nearly £240,000 in 2016 supporting construction workers


Know an organisation or individual who may be eligible for support from B&CE’s Charitable Trust?

We’ve helped more people this year in the industry than ever before.

Watch our 2-minute video to find out how we made a difference to just one person’s life – this is Richards’s story »

The Charitable Trust gives back to the construction industry. Its three aims are to provide:

  • Financial help for people in times of need
  • Grants towards education, training and retraining
  • Grants towards occupational health and safety initiatives

Find out how to apply »


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