Our Core Processes

CII is organized into committees representing four knowledge processes:

Knowledge Creation

CII research to define best practices, breakthroughs, and industry norms. Includes Research, Academic and Breakthrough Strategy committees.

Knowledge Dissemination

CII research publications, implementation guides, educational materials, workshops and conferences. Includes Implementation Strategy and Professional Development committees.

Knowledge Assessment

The impact of CII practices through benchmarking and metrics. Includes the Performance Assessment committee and the 10-10 Performance Assessment campaign.

Knowledge Management

Management, organization, and assessment of the relevance of CII’s body of knowledge and Communities of Practice oversight. Includes the Knowledge Management Committee and the Knowledge Base Program.

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Announcements and Upcoming Events

Spring Board of Advisors Meeting Now Open for Registration

Your participation at this meeting will help determine future research projects. Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center in Denver, Colorado, April 6–7, 2016

New CII Online Course: Hazard Recognition and Communication

Hazard recognition is a core competency upon which all other safety processes are built. This new one-hour online course shares the hazard recognition strategies developed by CII Research Team 293.

Save the Date for the 2016 CII Annual Conference

Gaylord National, National Harbor, Maryland, August 1–3, 2016
Registration will open in March 2016.

CII’s Safety Online Education Course Available for Free

Introduction to Construction Safety: Parts I & II is available online for everybody. Take this opportunity to sample CII’s online courses.


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