The Chartered Institute of Building has announced that holders of the Edexcel level 7 NVQ Diploma in Construction Senior Management will be exempt
In a continued drive to ensure members are equipped with the necessary competence for their profession.
The Chartered Institute of Building has called on Government to recognise the major role that construction will have in leading the UK out of reces
Peter Jacobs, Managing Director for London at Morgan Sindall has been inaugurated as President of the Chartered Institute of Building, taking over
In response to UK Governments ‘The Future of Apprenticeships in England: Next Steps from Richard Review’ consultation the Chartered Institute of Bu
Results from the 2013 skills audit from the CIOB indicate that the construction industry is still suffering from skills shortages.
The Chartered Institute of Building has joined Professions for Good – a collaboration of the country’s leading professional organisations, represen
After two years in the making the Chartered Institute of Building has published the world’s first contract specifically aimed at the management of
Addressing cultural diversity in the workplace can greatly impact on occupational safety and health, finds a new report from the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA).
The report blends cross-cultural theory with leadership techniques and applies them to the workplace, to offer practical recommendations for improving safety and health outcomes in culturally diverse environments.
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The European Commission has launched a public consultation to gather insights and contributions from the public further to results of the evaluation of the European Strategy on Safety and Health at Work 2007-2012. This should help identify current and future challenges in the occupational safety and health area, and identify solutions to address these challenges.