Occupational Safety Training

This entry was posted on 25 May, 2016.

Occupational safety training is essential for your business. The aim of this training is to reduce the risk of occupational injury and disease. While this has obvious benefits for the employee, it has benefits for you as well. Injuries and disease are very costly ... READ MORE



Asbestos Companies and Their Duty in Ireland

This entry was posted on 17 May, 2016.

Asbestos companies in Ireland have a duty to keep their workers and anyone else that may be exposed to the asbestos safe. There are many regulations regarding asbestos exposure and disposal. The company must identify any asbestos containing materials before ... READ MORE



Asbestos News: Lisburn Firm Fined For Exposing Workers to Asbestos

This entry was posted on 12 May, 2016.

Asbestos continues to make headlines in Ireland. Many individuals and small businesses try to handle things themselves instead of following the proper protocols regarding asbestos. Some do this because they perceive the costs of proper asbestos inspection and ... READ MORE



Asbestos Dangers in Older Homes

This entry was posted on 29 April, 2016.

Asbestos was a commonly used material in older homes, but we now know just how dangerous it can be. Intact asbestos doesn’t pose a serious health risk. However, when it degrades over time or becomes damaged it releases fibres into the air. These fibres pose ... READ MORE



Asbestos Detection Techniques

This entry was posted on 26 April, 2016.

Asbestos is a concern in many older homes and buildings. If you are concerned about whether or not your home or building contains asbestos, you need to have it inspected to be sure. There are several techniques that we use to detect asbestos in your home. The ... READ MORE



Asbestos Issues In Ireland

This entry was posted on 14 April, 2016.

Asbestos continues to be a problem in Ireland. It was mainly used in the 1960s through the 1980s. It was phased out with laws passed in 1994 and 1998, but a complete ban wasn’t enacted until 2004. Asbestos was found in a school in Antrim during routine ... READ MORE



About Asbestos Awareness Training

This entry was posted on 08 April, 2016.

Asbestos is one of the most devastating occupational hazards of all time. And despite this undisputed fact, many organisations and employers have failed to recognise and identify asbestos materials in the workplace. This puts workers, as well as building occupants ... READ MORE



Chemical Safety and Beyond

This entry was posted on 07 April, 2016.

Chemicals are a part of everyday life, whether used in your home or work environments. From cleaners and solvents, to corrosives and numerous other substances, many chemicals pose a risk to the handler. Taking the proper precautions with hazardous materials is ... READ MORE



Asbestos Regulations in 2016

This entry was posted on 07 April, 2016.

As of the turn of the century, the use, re-use, or sale of asbestos containing materials and product has been prohibited in Ireland. However, as so many materials containing asbestos have already been installed or have been in use prior to the regulations, a lot ... READ MORE



Safety Consultants in Dublin

This entry was posted on 06 April, 2016.

When safety issues arise, having a plan in place is the key to handling the situation in a safe and effective manner. A safety consultant has extensive knowledge about a wide variety of safety issues in many environments. They will inspect workplaces and evaluate ... READ MORE







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