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CCBMIS in brief

The Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Slovenia (CCIS = slov. GZS). CCIS provides essential services for enterprises operating in Slovenia. The CCIS was founded on 12th January 1851, as "Trgovska in obrtna zbornica za Kranjsko" . CCIS has around 8,000 member companies of all sizes and from all sectors. It is Slovenia’s most influential business association. 

Chamber of Construction and Building Materials Industry of Slovenia (CCBMIS, slov. ZGIGM) is a professional industry branch association (private non-profit organization employers organization) organized within the framework of CCIS (with tradition of 167 years in 2018). CCBMIS was founded in year 1952 and represents in year 2018 ca. 250 member companies and organizations, id. biggest construction companies, enterprises and construction institutes. CCBMIS takes positions and proposes policies relating to the position of the branch, to the sectoral social partners, to the legislative and government institutions as well as towards their domestic and international associations, promoting good sectoral practices, national social partner – employers organization. CCBMIS main mission, in the best interest of the Association’s members, is to take positions and propose policies relating to the social partners, legislative and government institutions as well as towards their domestic and international associations. The Association assists its members by disseminating different sectoral information and data, providing various consultations, legislation questions, developing sectoral VET, enabling and fostering business opportunities, organizing sectoral trainings and events, as well as by representing and communicating members proposals. CCBMIS tasks are performed within the system of statutory authorisations vested in the Chamber in accordance with the relevant legislation. CCBMIS collects different statistical sectoral data, prepares different sectoral expert publications, sectoral templates of balanced contracts, issues regular newsletter and sectoral position papers. CCBMIS offers constant expert company support for different national and foreign issues. CCBMIS is via projects actively involved in many types of EU programmes and their different calls, addressing VET and adult training, with focus on IT and digitalization, sectoral innovations, single market policy (posting workers), developing sectoral social paritarian funds and other topics etc. CCBMIS is involved in H&S at work in construction companies, via different H&S projects (national and EU) and close cooperation with organization Occupational Safety and Health Chamber in Slovenia and supports the development of H&S and field legislation. CCBMIS is also an active FIEC member. CCBMIS provides relevant strategic company data (public infrastructure and other investments plans, technology readiness of innovations) and realistic industry insight that supports several relevant priority areas, in particular smart communities, smart buildings. More: www.gzs.si/zgigm .

CCIS CCBMIS is a signatory of new national sectoral collective agreement (KPGD), published in Official Journal on 23.12.2015.

Members of CCBMIS are companies and organisations with following STANDARD CLASSIFICATIONS:

Quarrying of stone, sand and clay

B08.1

Manufacture of bricks, tiles and construction products, in baked clay

C23.3

Manufacture of cement, lime and plaster

C23.5

Manufacture of articles of concrete, cement and plaster

C23.6

Cutting, shaping and finishing of stone

C23.7

Construction of buildings

F41

Civil engineering

F42

Specialized construction activities

F43

 

Avtor: CCBMIS

CCBMIS shortly:

          Representing interests of the construction industry

          Key statistics information for the construction companies and entreprenuers

          Proposals for sectoral legislation changes

          Social (sectoral) partner

          Organizations of sectoral events and training

          Involved in national education and training for construction industry

          Promotion of good foreign sectoral good practices

          Active FIEC member (www.fiec.eu)