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Constructing Better Health
 

A message from CBH Chairman, Bob Blackman

Happy new year to our readers - this is our first CBH newsletter of 2016!  We get underway with some very exciting news about CBH and its future.

This year, B&CE will acquire CBH from its current owners CSCS (Construction Skills Certification Scheme). A news announcement to this effect was made to the media on 19th January 2016, issued by B&CE and CSCS. To read the announcement see:  http://bandce.co.uk/news-release-bce-to-acquire-constructing-better-health-from-cscs/

Both CSCS and B&CE have been committed supporters of CBH since our inception back in 2004.  As our work progressed and we effected positive changes, it became clear that occupational health in construction continued to remain at the forefront of the industry agenda.

Therefore, it was decided that joining with B&CE group would help to meet the ever growing demand for effective and user-friendly services to improve occupational health practices in the sector and safeguard employee welfare.

Myself, the CBH Board and staff will work closely with B&CE to achieve a seamless transfer without interrupting the high standard of service that we deliver to our clients.   The transition will take place over the coming months and, subject to finalising legal agreements, B&CE will initially take over the running of the current CBH operational model.

We look forward to becoming part of the B&CE family where we will expand the CBH scheme to reach and benefit more employers and employees, like yourselves, in the construction industry.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank our members and other supporters who continue to help us champion better occupational health standards in construction.  We still have lots to do and you are a vital part of achieving that positive change.