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The Building Safety Pioneer Programme (BSPP)

Organised by the Buildings Department (BD), co-organised currently by the Education Bureau (EDB) and Hong Kong Education City (HKEdCity) and supported by HKIA, HKIE & HKIS, the Building Safety Pioneer Programme (BSPP) was officially launched in 2014 and the new BSP will be recruited at mid of every year in order to promote building safety to secondary students continuously with sense of awareness and responsibility towards their living environment.

The Building Safety Pioneer Programme (BSPP) includes:

“Building Safety Pioneer (BSP)”

Secondary school students who are appointed will go through the one-year BSPP which is designed to assist students to have better understanding on the importance of building safety , owners’ responsibilities, the duties of various stakeholders involved in the building management and maintenance including BD, building professionals (architects, engineers and surveyors) and property management companies. Through participating in interactive activities, their awareness on the building safety and interest on the career development in the construction industry will be promoted and they will be hoped to make a safe, high quality and sustainable Hong Kong built environment in future.

“Most Supportive School Award”

All Hong Kong secondary school students are invited to visit the BD’s thematic website’s “Care For Your Building” at www.careyourbuilding.bd.gov.hk and play the three online games “Building Pioneers” ,“Defect Shooter” and "Minor Works Go Go Go". Students can support their schools to win the “Most Supportive School Award” by actively participating in the three games.

Building Safety Pioneer Zone

Inauguration Ceremony 2017

17 July 2017


The Building Safety Pioneer Programme (BSPP) Inauguration Ceremony was successfully held on 15 July at the Hong Kong Science Museum (HKSM) to recognise the efforts of the 2016-17 Building Safety Pioneers (BSPs) and welcome the new batch of BSPs.


We have invited representatives from The Hong Kong Institute of Architects, The Hong Kong Institution of Engineers and The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors to share their valuable experience with the BSPs. The ceremony was also celebrated by the musical performance of the B and D Band formed by our colleagues. At the end of the ceremony, the BSPs enjoyed the privilege to join a guided tour arranged by the HKSM to visit the Environmental Conservation Gallery.


In addition to sharing their experience over the past year, the 2016-17 BSPs handed over the BSPP flag to the new batch of BSPs, symbolising that the new BSPs have taken over the mission of promoting building safety. The ceremony ended in an array of music and joy.

"Building Safety Pioneer Programme" (BSPP) 2017/2018
6 June 2017

The Buildings Safety Pioneer Programme has been organized by the Buildings Department since 2014 to encourage young people to understand the close relationship between building safety and daily life and to develop their concerns and responsibilities for the living environment. This year, the BSPP 2017/2018, organized by the Buildings Department, co-organized by the Education Bureau and the Hong Kong Education City, will kick-off in mid-July 2017.



Each secondary school may nominate 5 students between F.2 – F.4 in the 2017/18 school year. 12 secondary schools with a total of about 60 students will be admitted to participate in the one-year "Building Safety Pioneer Programme".



The program aims to let students understand the importance of building safety and the responsibility of the owners, as well as the role of the Buildings Department, the building professionals and the property management
companies. Through different workshops and visits, participating students will learn to design and produce a 30-second promotional video to promote building safety.



For inquiries, please call 3696 6944.

Visit at Cable TV Tower

6 February 2017



The BSPs visited the Cable TV Tower on 2 February to learn about the operation of the television station and how to deliver building safety messages by using the platform of television.