" My term as the Chairman of the Construction Industry Council (CIC) will complete at the end of this month. With the concerted efforts of industry stakeholders, the construction industry in Hong Kong has made great progress in many aspects in the past six years. I would like to express my heartfelt gratitude to CIC committee members for their selfless dedication at all levels; the Development Bureau for their support and leadership; industry associations, unions and professional groups for their cooperation and CIC colleagues for their untiring efforts. This article is my last blog as the Chairman of CIC, I hope you will enjoy and continue to support the work of CIC, to build a safe, green and efficient construction industry together. " More ...
" With the recent surge of COVID-19 variant cases with unknown infection sources in our community, the Government has highlighted several districts and urged citizens to undergo viral testing to unveil the infection sources. I would like to invite all to stay vigilant and observe good personal hygiene at all times especially at construction sites. Construction sites should take temperature of all entering personnel, maintaining good ventilation at working areas, disinfect frequently touched surfaces with alcohol and encourage staff to wash hands frequently.The Construction Industry Council urges all personnel entering construction sites to get vaccinated to protect the health of frontline workers. Please act now and get vaccinated to protect yourself from getting infected. We look forward to the return of our normal daily lives. " More ...
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To tie in with the Government’s disease prevention and control measures in coping with the epidemic, the Construction Industry Council (CIC) has closed its public visiting centres including the CIC BIM Space, Construction Innovation Technology and Application Centre (CITAC), MiC Resources Centre and all the exhibition areas of CIC-Zero Carbon Park, until further notice. Services of the Hong Kong Construction Industry Trade Testing Centre and CIC Service Centres, Hong Kong Institute of Construction Campuses and Training Grounds remain normal.
With the aim of providing a safe workplace for all in the CIC, all staff (including full-time, part-time and staff of contractors) are required to be vaccinated before entering CIC premises for work-related purposes with effect from 15 February 2022. The CIC strongly urges industry stakeholders and friends to get vaccinated to protect yourself and your families. The CIC will closely monitor the development of the severe situation and further tighten the measures as and when necessary.
All persons are required to use the “LeaveHomeSafe” Mobile App (the App) to scan the venue QR code, complete a health declaration form, be subject to a body temperature check and wear a face mask before they are allowed to enter CIC premises. Persons who are aged below 12 or aged 65 or above and those with disabilities that render use of the App difficult will be exempted from the above requirements. However, they will be required to complete a prescribed record form (as attached) to register their personal information and present relevant identification documents for verification by the CIC staff. Under the above arrangement, unwillingness to use the App will not be considered as justification for granting exemption.
Visitors who have a body temperature higher than 37 degrees Celsius, are not wearing masks, are subject to the HK Government compulsory quarantine or isolation order, reside in buildings with confirmed cases or have been to the countries/areas with outbreaks of COVID-19 in the past 14 days (Details are in accordance with the updated health quarantine announcements by Centre for Health Protection), are not allowed to enter the CIC premises. For details of the latest CHP updates, please refer to: www.chp.gov.hk
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