NJC Guide to Health, Safety and Welfare
The National Joint Council for the Engineering Construction Industry is concerned to ensure the provision of the safest possible working arrangements and environment for all employees engaged on NAECI sites and projects.
To that end the NJC Safety, Health and Environmental Committee has been instrumental in developing and agreeing policies and guidance to meet the NJC objectives. To ensure greater clarity and to re-emphasize the importance of the guidance, the NJC has decided to publish this information as a free standing booklet.
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Engineering Construction Industry Accident Statistics
The NJC has finished collating accident statistics for NAECI registered work during 2019. Audited manpower data is available on 39% of all registered work and the data produced relates to this sample No assumptions of safety performance is made for the 61% of NAECI registered manpower for which there is no data. From the 39% sample, we are pleased to report that the manifest distinction between UK construction as a whole and NAECI engineering construction work remains as sharp and extensive as it ever was.
The UK engineering construction environment is undoubtedly challenging at the current time and has been for a while. These results though, do not suggest that this has had any impact on the commitment to high standards which we know is shared amongst all the stakeholders, clients, contractors, trade unions and employees. The NJC extends its appreciation to all those who contributed to achieving these standards.
*incidence rate = incidents X 100,000 / manhours
*frequency rate = incidents X 1000/average number of men”
The NJC Award for Safety in Engineering Construction
The NJC Award for Safety In Engineering Construction was introduced in 1994 to recognise outstanding safety management and performance on in-scope NAECI Category 1 Projects and Category 2 Sites. When merited the Award is issued to projects or sites as a whole, to reflect the combined efforts of the client, the contractors and the workforce.