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Construction Clients’ Leadership Group celebrates 25 years and announces new Co-Chairs from The Crow

We are pleased to announce the appointments of Henrietta Frater of The Crown Estate and Cliff Jones of the Commercial Directorate, Department of Health and Social Care as joint chairs of the group. This announcement coincides with the CCLG's anniversary, celebrating 25 years as the only truly independent client group. The Group formed in 1994 as the Construction Clients’ Forum, representing and supporting both private and public sector clients engaged in building and infrastructure projects. Its core members originate from those early days, which has evolved into what is now the CCLG. The Group has over 40 participating client members who contribute to Group’s aim, which is to improve value

CSCS launches new website

The Construction Skills Certification Scheme has launched a new website, making it easier for visitors to find the information they need. Alan O’Neile, Head of Communications at CSCS said: “With over 50,000 page views a day the website is our number one communications tool. It is essential that we continue to improve the website experience for our card holders, partners and industry stakeholders.” The website has a number of new features to improve the user experience, including: – simpler navigation – an improved search function – an improved design for mobile devices. Alan O’Neile continued: “The redesign now makes it much easier for our existing and prospective card holder

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Crane Signage incident

In a recent incident, an acrylic panel detached from a lightbox on the rear jib of a tower crane, striking a local resident.  


To avoid similar incidents, ensure an inspection is completed on all light boxes and other accessories attached to tower cranes.

Crane manufacturers approval must be sought when accessories (such as signs, lightboxes and lights) are attached to tower cranes and mechanical fixings must be used to secure panels.

From a design perspective, attachments must be designed to take both wind loads and dynamic forces and approved by temporary works.

An inspection and maintenance regime must be put in place and followed.


Website disclaimer

The CCLG maintains this website to facilitate the sharing of good practice by members, for others to view and utilise as they deem appropriate, according to their business needs. Users are reminded to carefully consider how they utilise the information found on this website and are advised to seek  appropriate professional advice when in any doubt.