The Construction Industry Advisory Committee (CONIAC) is one of the leading occupational health, safety, and welfare committees in Great Britain. Established under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974, CONIAC is a statutory committee with members representing the interests of construction industry employers, employees, and the regulator, HSE.
What is CONIAC?
Established to advise the HSE on the protection of people from hazards to H&S within the building, civil engineering & construction industries.
CONIAC has a work plan that support’s HSE’s Construction Sector strategy, and other wider government strategies for the construction industry.
What can we offer?
CONIAC seeks to be at the forefront of occupational health and safety. This national website will allow CONIAC to highlight work undertaken for the…
What does CONIAC do?
CONIAC seeks to stimulate action aimed at securing better occupational health and safety outcomes in the construction industry. CONIAC’s work is…
How does CONIAC operate?
The Working Groups are the principal means for delivering practical outcomes in support of CONIAC’s purpose and work plan. Members of Working Groups…
Membership of CONIAC
CONIAC is a tripartite organisation with representatives drawn from organisations representing employers, employees, and the regulator, HSE.
What is CIC?
CIC is the representative forum for the professional bodies, research organisations and specialist business associations in the construction industry.
CONIAC and the CLC
In March 2020, CONIAC ATSG agreed the committee should explore developing a formalised relationship with the CLC.