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BCI Awards do not ignore safety issues

Letters

Professor Jefferis (NCE 8 March) expresses concern that the British Construction Industry Awards ignore safety issues. In fact, safety is an important consideration in the judging of all catergories of the awards and is one of the criteria listed on the entry form.

This has been the case throughout the awards'13-year history, but the more recently introduced Best Practice Award takes particular account of safety issues.

David Helsen, BCI Awards co-ordinator, 2 The High Street, Thames Ditton, Surrey KT7 ORY

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