10th Jan 2020 Director General, Tom Parlon responding to recent Health and Safety Authority statistics:
17th Dec 2019 Wondering how to get your business on the road or just reviewing your options? This guide looks at the costs and methods at each stage of a van’s life-cycle – all the way from acquiring your van to getting rid of it.
12th Nov 2019Former Health & Safety and Fire Life Safety Consultant, Shane Lannon of Azon, talks about the discussion around mental health in the workplace and how Health & Safety professionals could play a part.Previously, I spoke about the progression of Health & Safety from a tick the...
23rd Oct 2019 Virtual reality can provide valuable insights into workers’ behaviour during emergency evacuations and may improve safety awareness, new research funded by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health has shown.
22nd Oct 2019 Research shows up to half of construction accidents in the UK have a connection to the design of the building, highlighting the importance of improving designers’ knowledge of hazards and designing safety into developments from the outset of projects.
7th Oct 2019 Walls Construction conducts its business by giving priority to health, safety and welfare at work and the Company’s approach is best encapsulated in its motto, “Arrive Safe, Work Safe, Leave Safe”.
25th Sep 2019 Shane Lannon, Recruitment Consultant - Health and Safety with Azon writes of the need for more skilled professionals as focus remains on health, safety, environment and fire in the construction industry.
22nd Jul 2019 The construction industry is on track to have the lowest recorded workplace fatalities this year, with two recorded deaths in 2019. The Health and Safety Authority report 164 non-fatal workplace incidents in construction from January to June 2019.
5th Feb 2019 With a number of positive indicators for Irish construction in 2019, but also some major issues to be addressed, CIF directors are positive but cautious about industry prospects in the year ahead.
16th Nov 2018The NSAI sees many construction companies achieving best practices in the normal Monday to Friday working week. But there is still work to be done, the authority's Fergal O'Byrne will tell the Construction Industry Federation Health and Safety Summit.Article by Craig Tait Originally...