Howard Locke, the FMB's director for north-west England, said the industry's health and safety performance needed to improve.
He said that it was important to carry the message across the industry.
Locke said: "Awareness and education play a key role and the health and safety initiative has proved to be of great benefit to construction companies for teaching new skills and updating regulations."
The campaign will include seminars and presentations on topics such as asbestos, risk assessment, working at heights and noise regulations.
The FMB's next event will take place on 2 October at Haydock Park racecourse, Merseyside.