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Managing risk in construction - how is new legislation affecting you?

NCE’s second annual risk management survey in association with Marsh aims to explore the impact of new legislation such as the Corporate Manslaughter Act and the Bribery Act are having or are likely to have on the construction industry’s attitude to managing risk.

The survey also explores the affect the continuing construction recession is having on risk management.

If you are involved in the management of risk at your firm, we would love to get your views. Click here to take part.

Your answers will be treated in strictest confidence and will not be attributed to any one company. But your feedback is important and will help us to form a comprehensive view of changing risks in your industry and profession.

The survey has 33 questions in six sections. Almost all questions are multiple choice and the survey should take no more than 10 minutes to complete.

The closing date for submitting a response is Friday 19 March 2010.

The results will be discussed over a round table discussion with selected respondents hosted by Marsh on Monday 26 April and will appear in NCE the following week. If you would like to be invited to take part in the round table discussion email

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