Healthy, Safe and Productive Lives
Cultúr náisiúnta ina
mbeidh cách tiomanta don
tsábháilteacht agus don
tsláinte ar na hionaid oibre
agus do bhainistiú slán
inbhuanaithe na n-ábhar
The annual Summary of Statistics aims to provide information on some of the most common queries on occupational injury, illness and workplace fatalities. Data from different sources is combined to facilitate the review and monitoring of trends across a range of factors related to workplace injury and illness.
2010 saw an increase in workplace deaths from their all-time low of 43 in 2009 to 48 in 2010. 60% of these deaths occurred in the farming, logging and fishing sectors, sectors that account for about 6% of the working population. The Annual Report 2010 outlines the key achievements and activities of the HSA for the year.
This programme for 2011 is the second year of our strategy for the period 2009 to 2011. It occurs at a
time of significant change for the Authority, for the economy and for employers and employees.
Ralteas Straiteise 2010-2012
2009 saw the lowest number of workers killed at work since the Authority was formed in 1989. Sadly, however, the fact remains that during 2009 a total of 43 work-related deaths were reported to the Authority. The 2009 Annual Report outlines key activities and achievements during the year.
Is é seo an chéad chlár oibre a d'ullmhaigh Bord nua an Údaráis.
This is the second strategy prepared by the Authority under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. It is also the first strategy prepared since the enactment of the Chemicals Act 2008, which significantly changed the remit of the Authority.