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European Construction Industry Federation (FIEC)

Organización de empresarios
Construcción
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Kjetil TONNING
President
Dangerous substances at work can cause a wide range of health problems and diseases and some of them, like asbestos or silica dust for example, are of direct concern for our industry. Furthermore, new forms of work and rapid technological developments can create new hazards in the work processes. For these reasons Health and Safety at the workplace remains a top priority for FIEC, with the aim of further developing a real culture of prevention amongst companies and to ensure that rules and legislation remain manageable for businesses of all sizes, in particular SMEs, and can effectively be monitored on the ground. Health and Safety is also a top priority in the framework of our sectoral Social Dialogue because particularly in our industry, in order to be effectively implemented on the worksites, appropriate measures need to be constantly assessed and improved jointly by employers and workers. In this respect the OSHA Campaigns constitute a very useful framework, which allows us to continuously progress towards our goals.
Declaración de objetivos: 
Created in 1905, FIEC represents via its 30 national Member Federations in 26 different countries (23 EU and EFTA and Turkey) construction companies of all sizes (from the large international group to the small family business and craftsmen) carrying out all types of building and civil engineering activities.
El compromiso de nuestra campaña: 
FIEC will disseminate and promote information related to the campaign through its network of national affiliates (30 national associations from 26 different countries), as well as in the framework of our sectoral Social Dialogue committee for the construction industry together with our Social Partner representing the workers, the EFBWW.
European Construction Industry Federation (FIEC)
Avenue Louise 225
1050
Bélgica
Teléfono general: 
+32 2 514 5535
Contacto principal: 
Christine LE FORESTIER
Representante de seguridad y salud: 
Christine LE FORESTIER