Northern Ireland’s Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) is to launch a new free training programme that will train 15 new or existing construction site operatives.
A one-day seminar to inform employers and employees about their legislative rights and responsibilities in relation to mental health at work takes place at the Rochestown Park Hotel in Cork on Thursday Continue Reading →
FM Ireland Conference and Exhibition, which returns to Dublin’s RDS on 6 & 7 March, will again feature various aspects involved in facilities management, health and safety, fire safety, security Continue Reading →
There has been an upturn in the number of workers complaining about being sent to company doctors, and of company reps attending medical appointments with injured workers, according to the assistant Continue Reading →
Dublin is getting ready to host the 32nd International Congress on Occupational Health – ICOH 2018 – which takes place from Sunday 29 April to Friday 4 May at the Continue Reading →
A recent European survey on working conditions, conducted by the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work, has found that 22 per cent of workers in Ireland have experienced Continue Reading →
Early intervention is key to helping people with inflammatory arthritis who remain in the workforce, according to a senior occupational therapist, as lost working days and forced retirements caused by arthritis Continue Reading →
Measures to improve behavioural safety in the Irish wind industry and to support national and international companies in delivering energy targets in a safe and efficient manner in Ireland will Continue Reading →
The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) has rolled out a two-week nationwide work-related vehicle safety inspection and information campaign to focus on four key sectors – transport and logistics; wholesale Continue Reading →
The new chair of the Board of the Health and Safety Authority is Tom Coughlan, former Chief Executive of Clare County Council (2009-2016) and board member of Shannon Group PLC.