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Range of Safety Services Available
Section 20 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 requires that an organisation produce a written programme to safeguard the safety and health of employees while they work and of other people who might be at the workplace, including customers, visitors and members of the public.
Method statements, sometimes called ‘a safe system of work’ are documents that detail the way in which tasks should be completed to adhere to safe working practices. Method statements demonstrate that you’re doing things safely and legally.
Risk assessment is a cornerstone of good health and safety management. All employers regardless of the size of business are required by law to carry out a risk assessment at their place of work and to keep a written record of that risk assessment.
Safety Audits are conducted for the purpose of health, safety, and fire hazard identification. During these surveys, assessments are made for compliance to applicable regulations and fire codes as well as the detection of unsafe hazards.
Audits also provide an evaluation of workplace compliance to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards relating workplace and worker safety.
The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work, (General Application) Regulations 2007, Chapter 5 of Part 2 outline the requirements that must be adhered to in relation to Display Screen Equipment.
We also offer a comprehensive noise monitoring assessment for exposure to noise in the workplace in accordance with Safety, Health & Welfare Regulations.
Construction Stage Health & Safety Plans
The Construction Stage Health and Safety Plan is the main document for the management of health and safety on site. It should be prepared before construction work starts. However, it is a live and dynamic document that will change and grow during the project and should be reviewed and updated on a regular basis.
Site Induction Training / Toolbox Talks
It is a legal requirement to ensure that everyone on site is aware of current hazards. Inductions are a good way to introduce operatives and visitors to the site and explain important safety information. Daily briefings and hazard boards can be used to reinforce and regularly update these induction safety messages.
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Killeenleagh, Kanturk, Co. Cork P51 Y6H3
(+353) 87 225 2465