CCF QLD promotes a number of key policy principles that advocate sustainability and prosperity within the infrastructure industry in Queensland. CCF QLD’s policies are outlined on the Queensland Policy Brief tab on the website.
- We consult with our industry on matters affecting their businesses and feed that information back to government via well considered Policy position papers, other communications and meetings.
- We represent the civil construction sector on government and industry panels and working groups.
- We advocate for the best interests of the industry to all levels of government through various channels.
- We respond to government reviews on a range of issues, regulation and legislation by developing submissions that reflect the views and desires of the civil construction industry in Queensland.
HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED
- Join Committee Meetings
- Attend Safety and Environment Forums
- Attend Policy Working Groups
- Provide feedback on policy issues during member visits
- On request from CCF QLD, provide feedback via surveys, email and phone regarding specific issues
- Email or phone through your issues to Client Services.
WORKING WITH INDUSTRY
CCF QLD is a priority invitee on a range of government and industry stakeholder groups and advocates for the interests and sustainability of the industry. Attendance and representation on these range of committees, boards and working groups is important in order to source, share and analyse information for our members. CCF QLD work with a wide range of specialists, agencies and organisations within and outside the civil construction industry, including work health & safety, insurance, legal, environmental, engineering, authorities and industrial relations. Our goal is to effect change within the civil construction industry by listening to our members and industry stakeholders about what works – and what doesn’t. Based on industry sentiment and our analysis, we provide consultation, feedback, positions and recommendations to policy councils, ministers and government agencies and other key stakeholders. We work hard to ensure that our members’ needs are central to all our policies and that our policies are at the forefront of relevant political agendas.