CIF summit puts healthy focus on wellbeing after Covid-19

CIF’s 2022 Health and Safety Summit showcased a sector in flux, but ready to face whatever comes next, with a focus on the wellbeing of its people

7th November, 2021
Dermot Carey, director, safety and training, CIF; Frank Kelly, president of CIF and chair of CIF Health & Safety Committee; and Mark Cullen, Assistant Chief Executive Officer, Health & Safety Authority . Pictures: Maura Hickey

The pandemic brought about dramatic changes to the construction industry, and has had a lasting impact on occupational safety and health. Taking place on October 29, the final day of 2021’s Construction Safety Week, the Construction Industry Federation Health and Safety Summit hosted a series of talks and panels on this subject.

The virtual event brought together business owners, worker representatives, engineers, architects and other construction industry professionals for discussions on the theme of resilience,...

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