ConIAC 18th March 2014 Construction 2025 H&S Challenges Gren Tipper - Construction Clients’ Group and member of Construction Leadership Council Delivery Group Construction 2025 Image Our Industry can be broken down into 3 broad segments: Larger professional companies with developed predominantly longer standing supply chain partners Medium to small sized professional companies traditional sub-contracted supply chain Largely unregulated smaller contractors operating in the domestic/small occasional client area ? ? ? An indication of where the challenges lie in the industry: Training/ Competence Safety Health Larger professional Y/Y Y/Y Y/? Medium to small/micro professional Y/Y Y/? ?/N Unregulated smaller enterprises ?/N ?/N N/N */* directly employed or supported as such/sub contracted but limited direction Construction 2025 What makes us world class? ConIAC is seen as best means of engaging industry What proportions make up the segments or is there a better way to segment to focus improvements and support What part does the regulatory framework play in our success? What are our current areas of excellence and how do we make better use of them? Emerging from a major recession Building on what we are doing well as World leaders What part can the professional parts of the industry play in influencing and supporting the difficult to reach parts of the industry? The industry image is disproportionately impacted upon by the minority What is Government’s role in dealing with the unregulated sector? ConIAC is good at tasks but can be slow for good reasons – how can the CLC support ? Rapid growth New people to train Foreign workers Need to get over “not invented here syndrome” Build on what we have - collaborate How do we share the work out How do we eat the elephant?