Project Safety Journal (PSJ) is published by Atom Publishing on behalf of the Association for Project Safety (APS) and is delivered quarterly to all 4,500 members of the association, in print and digital format. The PSJ website is updated with breaking news and a newsletter is sent out to all 4,500 subscribers monthly.
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PSJ’s editorial team have been covering the built environment sector for in excess of two decades. We cover a broad range of topics, spanning all areas of interest to professionals working in design and health and safety risk management, plus other health and safety issues from across the wider construction industry.
For editorial enquiries, please contact:
Denise Chevin, editor
020 7490 5595
About the Association for Project Safety
APS was founded in 1995 to support professionals working, or interested, in design and construction health and safety risk management. Members are largely drawn from architecture, engineering, architectural technology, project management and surveying. Membership of APS supports continuous professional development and demonstrates the highest professional standards.
APS aims to improve, and promote excellence in, professional practice in design and construction health and safety risk management, helping everyone manage risk and implement building regulations effectively and proportionately. The association contributes to the national debate on building and infrastructure safety, regulation and legislation, providing training, education and support and member networking opportunities. APS works with other bodies and partners to improve – through good design and throughout the life-cycle of projects and buildings – health and safety for everyone involved in construction and use.