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December 2014

Issue 34

7

SCHEME NEWS

If you would like to order wristbands or A2 posters for your workforce, please call the Scheme on

0800 783 1423

or email

enquiries@ccscheme.org.uk

Wristbands include the helpline

logo, as well as the website address

and telephone number, and

every wristband also comes with

a free wallet-sized helpline card.

Wristbands are made from silicone.

Wristbands cost

£2.50

(+ VAT) each.

facility for workers in the

construction industry and their

families. This unique helpline

will give helpful advice to those

facing difficult times as a result of

unforeseen circumstances such as

illness, accident or bereavement.”

Scheme Chief Executive Edward

Hardy added: “The Considerate

Constructors Scheme is extremely

proud to help launch this fantastic

and invaluable service, dedicated

to the industry’s entire workforce

and their families.”

The A2 poster is to be displayed

internally, in a canteen, site office

or similar, so that those working on

site or in an office can read about

the helpline and get in touch if

they would like to.

The A2 poster details the different

ways the helpline can provide

assistance to help those in times of

crisis.

Posters cost

£7.50

(+ VAT) each.

Organisations can play their part in raising awareness of the helpline, as well as much-needed funds, by

purchasing branded wristbands and posters for their workforce.

All profits from the sale of the below items will be donated to the Construction Industry Helpline to fund

its ongoing support to the workforce.

How you can support the helpline

Wristbands

A2 poster

For more information on the

Construction Industry Helpine,

please click

here .

From left: Cormac MacCrann, Executive Director of Canary Wharf Contractors;

Charmaine Morrell, Senior Sustainability Advisor and Pat Boyle, Managing Director

of Morgan Sindall; and Edward Hardy, Chief Executive of the Scheme showing their

support for the helpline with their wristbands