The British Ceramic Confederation is committed to working with politicians and civil servants to maximise worker benefits of employment policy without causing detriment to the industry. We engage with government organisations in Whitehall and, through Cerame-Unie, with those in Brussels. We also maintain an open dialogue with the main Trade Unions in the industry.
For further details contact Tom Reynolds.
- Ceramic EARTH Campaign
- Economic Outlook and Trade
- Energy & Emissions
- Health & Safety
- Employment and Skills
- Land, Property & Minerals
- Industry Reference Documents
- Innovation and Funding
- Charities serving the ceramic sector
BCC Member login
Become a BCC member
Click here for more information about the benefits of becoming a BCC member.
The British Ceramic Confederation has welcomed the election win for the Con...
The December edition of the British Ceramic Confederation (BCC) Quarterly R...
Key policies on business support, trade, energy, housing and industrial str...