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May 25, 2017

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APS’ 10th annual National CDM Awards

Time is ticking in a new nationwide search for excellence in construction, as entries into the Association for Project Safety’s (APS) 10th annual National CDM and Student Designer Awards will soon close, with less than a month to go before the deadline.

The awards celebrate inspirational good practice in the construction health and safety sector and are a benchmark of excellence aimed at highlighting how good design and health and safety practices can help reduce deaths, injury and ill-health, both physical and mental.

APS chief executive, Lesley McLeod, said: “The Association for Project Safety is all about saving lives so construction workers can return home happily and healthily to their families each and every day.  Our annual awards for professionals and students aim to showcase how good design goes hand in hand with saving lives, cutting injuries and promoting good health.

“APS members lead the way in Construction Health and Safety and are continually driving change and raise standards in the construction industry. You have to be the very best to beat the competition and I’m looking forward to seeing all the entries to the awards in their 10th birthday year. But you must hurry, as entries into the scheme will close next month and time is now really of the essence.”

Entries are now open with the submission deadline midnight on Tuesday 6 June 2017. APS is calling on Construction Health and Safety Professionals to put their best work forward for consideration into the nine different categories. They are: Health & Safety; Project of the Year; Principal Designer of the year; Client of the year; Principal Contractor of the year; BIM H&S Project of the year, Consultancy of the year and Health and Innovation. Submissions are welcome from non-members as well as APS members.

Judging will be carried out by a panel of industry experts, all with an impressive track-record in Construction Health and Safety. Shortlisted entries will then be announced on Friday 14 July 2017.

Information about the awards, the various categories and how to enter can be found at:

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