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Purpose of Sector Interest Groups

At the British Safety Council, we recognise that our strength is our members. We host sector interest groups (SIGs) that meet on a regular basis (up to four times a year) to discuss key issues, share views, get involved in campaigns and discuss good practice and new research.

Current Sector Interest Groups

Participants are typically senior directors and middle managers with responsibilities for health, safety, environment, risk and quality. Meetings take place at our Hammersmith offices as well as on site at member organisations across the UK.

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    Construction

    The British Safety Council has strong membership representation in the construction sector. The construction sector interest group comprises senior representatives drawn from our member organisations in the UK.

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    Manufacturing

    The British Safety Council has strong membership representation in the manufacturing sector. The manufacturing and distribution sector interest group comprises senior representatives drawn from our member organisations in the UK.

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    Stadia

    The British Safety Council is developing its membership with organisations who operate and run events in stadia. The stadia sector interest group comprises senior representatives drawn from our member organisations in the UK.

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    Healthcare

    The British Safety Council is developing its membership with organisations who operate in the healthcare sector. The healthcare sector interest group comprises senior representatives drawn from our member organisations in the UK.

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Best practice exchange

We provide a platform for successful organisations to share what they did and what they have learnt as part of our crucial role to help others build safer and healthier workplace cultures. The British Safety Council places great value in recognising organisations who show commitment to the health and safety of workers.

Many of these organisations have invested in risk reduction measures or campaigned to improve safety, health and wellbeing; and have a great story to tell that others can learn from.

We provide a platform for successful organisations to share what they did and what they have learnt as part of our crucial role to help others build safer and healthier workplace cultures.

Contact us policy@britsafe.org to find out more about the summer 2017 exchange.