About CISC

Mission and History

The Construction Industry Safety Coalition (CISC) is made up of 29 trade associations, representing associations from all sectors of the construction industry, including commercial building, heavy industrial production, home building, road repair, specialty trade contractors, material suppliers, and construction equipment manufacturers. Workplace safety and health is a priority for all members of the coalition, and each is committed to helping create safer construction jobsites for workers.  CISC was formed in 2013 to provide data and information to OSHA on regulatory, interpretive and policy initiatives.

The CISC has its roots in a long-standing group of construction industry trade associations who for decades have met to discuss safety and health initiatives in the construction industry. The Construction Association Safety and Health Information Network or “CASHIN” has historically been involved in employee safety and health matters. CASHIN members meet periodically to discuss injury and illness trends in construction, outreach and assistance, and OSHA initiatives that impact the construction industry.

Construction Industry Safety Coalition Members

The CISC is comprised of 30 trade associations and represents small, medium, and large contractors; general contractors; subcontractors; union and non-union contractors; and industry manufacturers and suppliers. Virtually every construction trade, task, and activity is represented by the member associations of the CISC. The members of the CISC are:

Littler partners with the CISC to engage in legislative and regulatory advocacy efforts on issues that impact construction safety. They provide the CISC with unique insights into local, state and federal labor policy developments and work to affect workplace policies throughout the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government.