WHAT IS THE SAFETY, HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT (SHE) TASK FORCE?
The Task Force consists of a group of motivated professionals, committed to leading-edge safety, health and environmental performance. Many members hold senior positions in global organisations and meetings focus on addressing real problems and challenges facing the Engineering Construction industry across the globe.
Meeting four times a year at venues across Europe, the group work to an agenda to deliver practical, industry-focussed outputs and tools, which are implemented throughout the ECI membership. Organisations involved in the Task Force include: Aker Solutions, AMEC Foster Wheeler, Costain, Fluor, the Engineering Construction Industry Training Board (ECITB), Loughborough University, Mammoet, PM Group, Sellafield Ltd, Skanska, URS and WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff.
WHY SHOULD YOU GET INVOLVED?
- Opportunity to influence Task Force deliverables to meet the needs of your organisation and the Engineering Construction industry
- Early direct access to leading practice from other organisations
- Ability to discuss challenging topics in a supportive, confidential environment
- Networking opportunities with peers in similar roles
- Providing and obtaining mutual encouragement to drive further improvements in SHE performance
We are actively encouraging participation from members with an interest in, or involvement with SHE management in all types and sizes of organisation. We are also particularly keen to encourage younger professionals to join the Task Force.
WHAT ARE THE CURRENT ACTIVITIES?
The Task Force have also recently produced short, single-issue briefing documents which provide leading ECI practice on SHE issues and available to download for free:
- ECI briefing note: Safe Driving on Site
- ECI briefing note: Managing Stress
- ECI briefing notes: Leadership and Motivation in Safety, Health and Environment
- ECI briefing note: Planning for Work on Brownfield Sites
- ECI briefing note: Drugs and Alcohol
The current focus of the task force is supervisor competencies, with a view to moving forward with an examination of subcontractor appointments.
Other reports produced by the task force are:
- ECI Environmental Guidance for Construction Site
- Construction Health and Safety in Developing Countries
- ECI Guide to Managing Health in Construction
- ECI Safety, Health & Environment (SHE) Management Guide
ECI members can download these publications here.
Non members can purchase these publications from here.
JOIN A TASK FORCE
Task Force membership is available to ECI members.
If you are a non-member and interested in joining a Task Force please contact us.