Thursday, July 15, 2010

Construction site safety to improve, public to have input

The City of Calgary is working to improve construction site safety.

Today, a report went to committee titled the Construction Site Management Code of Practice, detailing the results of a two-year pilot project to minimize disruptive, unsightly and unsafe construction activity in communities.

The report is going to council on July 26 with recommendations aimed at improving construction site safety, and affording the public the opportunity to voice concerns.

Here is an interview with Cliff De Jong, a senior special projects officer with The City. For more information, please visit calgary.ca/dba.

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