Dr Sharon McGuinness, who took over from Martin O’Halloran as CEO of the Health and Safety Authority on 1 July, has been congratulated on her appointment by Minister Pat Breen Continue Reading →
The Health and Safety Authority has launched a short online course for new and current safety reps to raise awareness of their role, and to provide the relevant health and Continue Reading →
A seminar on ‘Developing an Integrated Employee Health and Wellbeing Programme’ will be hosted by the EAP Institute on Thursday 20 September in the Midlands Park Hotel, Portlaoise.
The Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA) presented its inaugural safety innovation award to Seamus Hampson, EHS Manager with Siemens Gamesa, at its recent health and safety conference in Co. Laois.
Medicall Ambulance Service, a private ambulance service based in Dublin, has achieved the Freight Transport Association Ireland VanSafe standard, which gives recognition to van operators for managing and maintaining their commercial Continue Reading →
With 2.78 million fatalities worldwide each year by work-related injury or ill health, the new global standard ISO 45001 (which was launched in March) can encourage “much-needed solutions”, according to Continue Reading →
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 →
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 →