Become a partner of the CIF’s Construction Safety Week 2022

by | Oct 6, 2022

The CIF’s Construction Safety Week is a national awareness campaign aimed at promoting positive safety and health amongst Ireland’s 159,000+ construction workers, clients and industry stakeholders.

The goal is to encourage CIF members, and non-members alike, to further promote a culture of safety, health and well-being in construction.

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

To become a Construction Safety Week partner please email your company name, contact details and company logo to [email protected] Tell us what you intend to do and we will we will endeavour to promote and share via CIF platforms.

Use #CIFSafety22 when posting on social media

Send us your logo (using the form on www.cif.ie/safety-week) so we can include it on the partner section of this website

Download the official Partner Logo for this year and use it on your communications

 

WHAT’S ON

This year’s Construction Safety Week campaign will run over the entire month of October but at a pace that allows for more engagement and staggered scheduling of activities.

The focus will be on supporting the Lighthouse Club’s Help Inside a Hard Hat campaign in the first week (from October 10th) followed by five days’ focus on site safety over two weeks (October 17th-28th).

www.cif.ie/safety-week

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