Occupational Hygiene Services

Occupational hygiene is about the understanding of potential hazards and risks in the workplace, evaluating the associated levels of risk

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Occupational Safety Training

Our occupational safety training objectives are fundamentally about recognising job hazards and learning safe work practices. Our aim is simple: ...
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Asbestos Safety & Management

Exposure to asbestos is the biggest occupational health killer of our time. OHSS advise on the dangers and management of asbestos in the workplace, in...
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Asbestos Awareness Training

The law requires that training be provided for employees likely to encounter asbestos in the workplace. We are the most experienced provider of this training in the...
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Public Training Programs:

Asbestos Awareness Training & Low Risk Handling (revised in accordance with the HSA Guidance on ACM Management & Abatement 2013
Date: Monday 05th September 2016

Location: Beat Centre, Balbriggan

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Who we work with:

About Us

OHSS was established in 2001 as an Occupational Health and Safety consultancy. Founder Paul Foran has extensive experience in the field, both as a consultant and as a former Inspector with the Health & Safety Authority (www.hsa.ie), where he formulated policy and legislation.Our mission is to be the leading Occupational Hygiene and Safety consultancy in Ireland, and provide reputable training...


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OHSS Blog

Asbestos Removal on Construction Sites

posted on 23 August, 2016

If you work in the construction industry, it is important for you to understand the process of remove asbestos from a construction site and the importance of adhering to this process. Asbestos is a dangerous substance,...

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Case Studies

Green Isle foods


Managing Safely Programme: Established in 1982, Green Isle Foods is part of Northern Foods plc, a large UK food manufacturer, and has grown to become Ireland's leading manufacturer of frozen food products and have decided to put all the...

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