Tools for sustaining a healthy and inclusive industry

Tools for sustaining a healthy and inclusive industry

The CCQ is contributing to supporting a cultural change toward a healthier and more inclusive industry by offering a variety of tools that can be used by all partners in the industry.

The microsite mixite.ccq.org includes:

  • Examples of myths to deconstruct
  • Short videos
  • A description of measures presented to women clients and to companies

Awareness campaign aiming to denounce discrimination, intimidation, and harassment in the construction sector. 

The construction industry unites for healthy and inclusive work environments by presenting two videos:

These videos, featuring workers in the industry, encourage companies to adopt zero tolerance policies on construction sites.

Videos that deconstruct myths about women’s presence on construction sites

The 3 most widespread and persistent myths about women in the construction trades are illustrated in three short animated videos.

These myths were selected from the table of the 10 myths most often heard on construction sites, which can be found on the Web page mixite.ccq.org.

Gender diversity posters

If you’d like to make your teams aware of gender diversity on construction sites, write to dis@ccq.org for copies of these posters! It’s a simple way to demonstrate your determination to offer an inclusive work environment.

2017:  “La mixité en chantier” - défi construction campaign – Hearing from children

In line with the slogan “Les mentalités évoluent, les chantiers aussi” (Minds are changing, and so are construction sites), this video features children taking on a construction challenge. By building a birdhouse together, Rosalie, Mathéo, Ines, and Noah show that each individual contributes a way of doing things and of thinking that enhances the work. The children’s words, free of prejudice and unscripted, are full of sensitivity and humour. They show the value of gender diversity on construction sites.

Guide de rédaction épicène (in French only)

In 2018, the CCQ published a guide to gender-neutral writing for the PAEF in order to highlight this practice and provide the CCQ and its partners in the industry with a valuable tool.
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