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Employment of CICTA's Graduates
( 24.06.2013 00:00 )
Students of CICTA's training courses in Electrical Installation will be graduated in coming August. For the convenience of employers who would like to employ the Graduates, an earlier interview can be arranged by CICTA before graduation.

Attached please find the letter sent from CICTA with details of the above and Registration Form for your information and action.

( 11.06.2013 00:00 )
Please be informed that two new Work Safety Alerts have been uploaded onto the Labour Department's website with the following hyperlink attached:


A copy of the Alerts in English and Chinese are attached for reference.

Should you have any enquiries, please feel free to contact me at 2852 4960.
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( 07.06.2013 00:00 )
The Labour Department has re-published recently leaflet on the subject of "Notes for Construction Workers" to enhance the understanding of construction workers and employers on their rights and liabilities under the Employment Ordinance. A copy of leaflet (both in Chinese and English version) is attached for your reference.

If you want to get copies, please arrange with Miss Anna Lo of Labour Dept at 2121 8690 .
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( 28.05.2013 00:00 )
Construction Industry Council (CIC) has published two Safety Alerts :

1) the “Safety Alert No. 001/13 on Safe Use of Mobile Metal Scaffolds for Repair, Maintenance, Alteration and Addition Works” has been published on 13 May 2013;

2) the “Safety Alert No. 002/13 on Adoption of Method Statements on Sites” has been published on 20 May 2013.

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( 05.10.2012 00:00 )
Please be informed that four new Work Safety Alerts have been uploaded onto the Labour Department's website with the following hyperlink attached:

A copy of the Alerts in Chinese and English are attached for reference.

Should you have any enquiries, please feel free to contact Miss Jasmine Yuen of Labour Department at 2852 3042.
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( 27.08.2011 00:40 )

The YCDC is an open competition for secondary school students. It is organized by the Building and Civil Engineering Training Board of the Vocational Training Council, the Construction Industry Council, The Hong Kong Federation of Electrical and Mechanical Contractors and various industry associations and professional bodies in the construction industry.
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( 08.07.2011 00:00 )
Accident rate for public works has been improving though less impressive in recent years. Among all Works Departments, EMSD's score is a bit below average thus enhancement on safety measures is being considered. A briefing session is now arranged for members to interact with EMSD on the subject :

Date : 29 July 2011 (Friday)
Time : 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Venue : Lecture Theatre, Rm 7103A, 7/F., EMSD Headquarters,
3 Kai Shing Street, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon
( 機電工程署 九龍灣啟成街3號 )
(see map attached)

Topics :
(1) Contract Safety Statistics
(2) Enhanced Contract Safety Measures
(3) Sharing of Lessons-to be-Learned on past accident cases
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( 27.06.2011 00:00 )
Students of CICTA's training courses in Electrical Installation will be graduated in coming August. For the convenience of employers who would like to employ the Graduates, an earlier interview can be arranged by CICTA before graduation.

To encourage employers who employ graduates within 12 months of graduation, have their apprenticeship contracts registered, and provide proper training may apply for a monthly subsidy of $1,800 or $2,000 for each graduate under the "Employers Subsidy Scheme".
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( 15.06.2011 00:00 )
Summer is approaching, the Labour Department would like to draw contractors/employers' attention to the risk of heat stroke at the workplace, they have published a leaflet entitled "Checklist for Heat Stress Assessment at Construction Sites" and another leaflet entitled "Prevention of Heat Stroke at Work in a Hot Environment" for employers' reference and take out effective preventive measures.

In addition, FREE health talks on the prevention of heat stroke at work will be organized by the Labour Department in May, June and July 2011. Please refer to the self-explanatory letter as attached for details.
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Code of Practice in times of Typhoons and Rainstorms
( 11.06.2011 00:00 )
The Labour Department reminds employers to make prior work arrangements for staff in times of typhoons and rainstorms as soon as possible, and they have recently published posters and leaflets on the subject of "Code of Practice in times of Typhoons and Rainstorms" providing advice and practical guidelines for the reference of Employers and employees. Those are available at the Offices of Labour Relations Division for public's collection. Please arrange with Mrs LUI of Labour Dept at 2399 2384 if you want to get copies.

It can also be downloaded from the following links :
- http://www.labour.gov.hk/eng/public/wcp/Rainstorm.pdf (English version)
- http://www.labour.gov.hk/tc/public/pdf/wcp/Rainstorm.pdf (Chinese version)

( 04.05.2010 00:00 )
The Building (Minor Works) Regulation Cap.123N was passed in 2009 after almost 5 years of consultation with the industry and debate in the LEGCO. Numerous revisions were made during that period in response to input from stakeholders in particular the 'Minor Works Contractors Registration Concern Group' comprising 22 organizations including your Federation being an active member. The implementation date is yet to be determined while training to prepare contractors/individuals for registration is being conducted. Like all new registration exercises, turbulence can be expected in the initial stage.

One common misunderstanding being heard from contractors is - extra restriction on their current practice, which is NOT the case. A workshop is now scheduled on :

17 May 2010 Monday, at 4:30 pm, in the conference room of HKFEMC

to brief members on this Regulation which affects mainly the P&D and HVAC disciplines as far as our E&M trade is concerned. However, all others are welcome.
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( 30.04.2010 00:00 )
The Occupational Deafness (Compensation) (Amendment) Ordinance 2010 ("amendment ordinance") 《2010年職業性失聰(補償)(修訂)條例》has been in operation. It brings improvements to the Occupational Deafness Compensation Scheme. A circular of Occupational Deafness Compensation Board enclosed with an introduction and leaflet is attached for your information.
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( 15.01.2010 00:00 )
The captioned event is annually held at June in Guangzhou. Our FEMC is one of the supporters of the Exhibition. This year 2010, the exhibition will be held on 9 – 12 June 2010 at the China Import and Export Fair Pazhou Complex, Guangzhou, China. It is the biggest lighting industry forum in Asia.

Our members are invited to participate the event. For easy registration and entitle to FREE admission, you can make online pre-registration by clicking into the link :


Please note :
- To receive your badge by mail before the show, please register on or before 28 February 2010.
- Visitors who register after 28 February 2010, please collect your badge at pre-registration counter.
- Admission fee for pre-registration: Free
- Deadline for online pre-registration: 31 May 2010

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Application for Registration as a Registered Minor Works Contractor
( 11.01.2010 00:00 )
As you are aware that the registration for minor works contractors under the new Minor Works Control System commences on 30 December 2009, the Application Forms are available for Contractor companies and individual practitioners to register as minor works contractors of the relevant classes and types by virtue of their work experience, qualification and competence.

For details, please click into the following links of Building Department's website :

http://www.bd.gov.hk/english/inform/index_rmwc.html (for English version)
http://www.bd.gov.hk/chineseT/inform/index_rmwc.html (for Chinese version)

Application Forms for various registrations can also be downloaded from the website.

Kindly note that hard copies of Application for registration as a registered minor works contractor (company) are provided by Building Department, and are being kept in our FEMC office for members' collection. Please feel free to come and get it.

( 24.07.2009 00:00 )
The Construction Workers Registration Authority (CWRA) has announced that construction workers can now renew their registration through respective trade unions. Please refer to attached Press Release for details.
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( 02.10.2008 00:00 )
Employers Subsidy Scheme (資助僱主訓練學徒計劃) has been launched by CICTA (建造業議會訓練學院). It aims to promote long-term employment of the CICTA's graduates and provision of proper training by employers.

To encourage Contractors and Sub-contractors participating this scheme, a monthly subsidy of $1,800 or $2,000 for each graduate would be provided by CICTA.
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( 30.09.2008 00:00 )
A "Work Trial Scheme" has been launched by Employment Services Division, Labour Department, which is to enhance the employability of job seekers who have difficulties in finding jobs through one-month (30 days) work trial. Its self-explanatory letter and a leaflet are attached for your reference.
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( 07.08.2008 00:00 )
The Construction Workers Registration Authority (CWRA) has published in the website the latest news in respect of the application for exemption from providing card reading device on construction site.
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( 04.07.2008 15:31 )

CICTA runs 1 class each year (now considering expansion to 2 classes), producing about 30 trainees. The next batch will be available mid July, this month. Students are usually of F5 standard, not necessarily with working experience. The short course lasts for 70 full days, covering a wide range of construction and drafting related topics. They have the basics but of course don't expect them to be readily skilled. Further on job training is a must for them to be productive. With serious shortage of draftsmen in our industry, these graduates can certainly help to quench.

The syllabus and recruitment application form are attached. Be free to contact CICTA directly.
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( 08.01.2008 00:00 )
The Competition Policy Advisory Group (COMPAG) has published its ninth annual report. The Report outlines the group's work during the period July 2006 to June 2007, and also reviews the results of the public consultation exercise on competition policy conducted early the year.

The Report is published electronically and available online at the COMPAG website (www.compag.gov.hk).
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