The mission of the CCF QLD Committees is to foster a cooperative setting where information relating to specific topics in the civil construction industry are shared and discussed, to develop ideas and educate CCF QLD members.
These ideas are often used as a platform to advocate for changes to the civil construction industry through relevant government entities. The objective is to source fair, efficient, transparent and equitable outcomes for industry.
Each committee meets six times a year to collaborate and formulate policies, position papers and strategies that align with industry values and principles.
Committees are presented the opportunity to contribute to documentation containing suggestions, advocacy and promotion of industry requisites prior to their submission to the relevant government minister, department or key industry stakeholders and released to industry.
On occasion, guest speakers, from both the private and public sector, are invited to committee meetings and especially scheduled events to explain new and updated procedures and regulations and outline any changes that potentially affect civil business operations.
Volunteering to become a CCF QLD committee member is a valuable opportunity to collaborate and network with industry colleagues, remain ahead of current events, have your say on important topics and acquire new ideas to apply to your business. Most of all, it is a great way to be a direct participant in advocating industry necessities to government for policy change.
CCF QLD currently has the following committees: