Covid to forefront at Construction Industry Federation’s 2020 Health and Safety Summit
Virtual gathering tackles drive to get back to work safely, along with talks and panels on managing risk, creating better on-site communication and the role of technology in improving safety
In a year unlike any in memory, Ireland’s construction sector faces a particular challenge. There’s a drive to get back to work quickly, and for the industry to recover. But how can this be achieved while prioritising the health and safety of construction workers, which was already an issue before the pandemic began?
The Construction Industry Federation’s 2020 Health and Safety Summit set out to address this, with talks and panels...
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