Our Role as an Expert Witness

This entry was posted on 17 October, 2016.

You may find yourself in need of an expert witness if you are facing any type of litigation. Whether you are an employee, employer, or insurance company. We provide several different things as an expert witness. We review the case, and we provide confidential ... READ MORE



Asbestos Training and Low Risk Handling Training Courses

This entry was posted on 13 October, 2016.

This course will teach you or your employees what you need to know about asbestos and low risk handling. This one day course is essential for electricians, plumbers, ground workers, demolition workers, roofers, architects, quality surveyors, and building ... READ MORE



Building Consultants Fined After Asbestos Exposure

This entry was posted on 03 October, 2016.

Back in January of this year, a Belfast based business, the Watts Group was fined £30,000 plus additional costs after two construction workers were exposed to asbestos. The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland conducted an investigation into the ... READ MORE



Air Quality Monitoring in Ireland

This entry was posted on 23 September, 2016.

Air quality monitoring is important for several reasons. First, monitoring your air quality is important for the health of your employees. Air pollution can have many different effects on your employee's health, depending on what they are exposed to. Headaches, ... READ MORE



Risk Assessment Training in Ireland

This entry was posted on 22 September, 2016.

Your employees will usually be the people most familiar with your workplace and they are the people who will most likely be the first to note a risky situation, but they can only do this if they know what they are looking for. Proper risk assessment training for ... READ MORE



What you should know about Asbestos in Ireland

This entry was posted on 19 September, 2016.

Asbestos is found in many buildings in Ireland, and it poses a serious health risk. However, many ship builders in Ireland were exposed to asbestos for many years. There was a lot of exposure during World War Two. Workers were exposed to asbestos from boilers, ... READ MORE



Proper Health and Safety Training in Ireland

This entry was posted on 15 September, 2016.

There are many aspects to ensuring you have accessed the proper health and safety training in Ireland. The training your employees will need can vary based on your industry. Our Occupational Safety Training course is designed to make any workplace safer by ... READ MORE



Health and Safety Authority Asbestos Guidelines

This entry was posted on 02 September, 2016.

The Health and Safety Authority has many guidelines to protect people from the dangers of asbestos. Some of these guidelines pertain to Risk Assessment of Asbestos Containing Materials. All employers, including those that are self-employed, must identify any ... READ MORE



Building Sites Thought to be Contaminated With Asbestos

This entry was posted on 01 September, 2016.

One of the latest Asbestos news stories in Ireland involves the Ballinclare Quarry in Wicklow. Testing at the Ballinclare Quarry last month revealed the presence of asbestos in rock from the quarry. While asbestos is generally thought of as a man-made problem, the ... READ MORE



Chemical Safety in Dublin: What Employers Need to Know

This entry was posted on 31 August, 2016.

Many businesses, especially those involved in manufacturing, have chemicals that can pose health risks to employees. There are a few different types of chemicals that you should be aware of, so you can keep your employees safe. Some chemicals are brought into ... READ MORE







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