International Section of the ISSA on Prevention in the Construction Industry
The International Section of the ISSA on Prevention in the Construction Industry brings together institutions and individuals who are engaged in the promotion of occupational safety and health in the construction industry. It is eager to increase the number of its members to build help and support on an international scale to fulfil its international mission.
As a member of the Section on Prevention in the Construction Industry you will benefit from numerous advantages:
- the opportunity to put on line your publications regarding prevention in the construction industry,
- the participation in working groups focused on specific concerns in the area of construction,
- access to specialized publications,
- meeting with experts from other countries,
- reduced fees when attending Symposia.
The Section has members from Europe, Asia, America and Africa. See list of members
Everyone involved in the construction industry is concerned by the Section's activities.
Types of Membership
If you would like to join us, you can become either a member or a correspondent.
"affiliate and associate members of the ISSA may become members of the Section as well as other non-profit institutions which have competence in the subject matter. Research and technical institutions, associations as well as private companies may participate, in an advisory capacity, in the work of the Section as members in so far as their activity is related to the prevention of occupational risks on the Construction Industry".
Annual membership fee for members: 580.00 €
"the title of correspondent may be granted to experts who, on an individual basis, wish to have access to certain information and specific services provided by the Section".
Annual membership fee for correspondents: 137.00 €
Application for Membership
To apply for membership please download and complete the application form, and send it to the Secretariat of the Section by mail. Your candidacy will then be examined by the Bureau of the Section on Prevention in the Construction Industry.