Healthy, Safe and Productive Lives
This guidance is aimed at business leaders, owners, managers and those who control work activities at all workplaces.
You are responsible for the safety of yourself, your employees, and any other person that may be affected by your work activities.
Electromagnetic fields are generated whenever electricity is used. These guidelines explain the main provisions of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Electromagnetic Fields) Regulations, 2016 (S.I. No. 337 of 2016) in a user friendly way.
The aim of this guide is to assist in the systematic identification of occupational hazards in dentistry and to highlight protective and preventative measures that might be adopted in order to mitigate the risks posed to workers to as low a level as reasonably practicable.
Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders and Stress, Anxiety and Depression in Ireland: Evidence from the QNHS 2002–2013
This publication explains why accident and dangerous occurrence reporting is required, what is reportable, what is not reportable, who should make the report and how the report should be made.
This Information sheet will help you learn about the relevant legislation, duties of employers, and how to implement a safe systems approach to managing driving for work.
Chemicals such as fertilizers, detergents, oils, disinfectants and plant protection products can play an important role in everyday life on the farm. However, if these chemicals are not used safely, then you could be at risk.
Before carrying out any work at height around the farm involving minor repairs on sheds, on buildings or on silos, you
must ask yourself are you competent and have you the right equipment to carry out the work safely.
Updated for 2016 - These guidelines are aimed at employers, employees, safety representatives, safety committee members
and safety and health practitioners.