Healthy, Safe and Productive Lives
This guidance is intended for all those who use tractors and machinery in Irish farming.
This document provides guidance and information to participants who are involved in the carriage of asbestos, mixtures containing asbestos and asbestos waste.
The tables and graphs contained in this publication outline the most recently available statistics on occupational injury, illness and workplace fatalities in Ireland.
The Authority achieved a challenging and broad programme of work in 2014. Across the areas of workplace health and safety and chemicals regulation, we continued our approach of supporting Irish enterprise, primarily through the provision of
information and advice, and through enforcement where necessary.
This guidance is intended to inform Dangerous Goods Safety Advisers (DGSAs) and those undertakings which need to appoint a DGSA, about the roles and responsibilities of a DGSA.
The aim of these guidelines is to provide basic information and general guidance on the selection, use
and maintenance of personal protective equipment (PPE) in the workplace for use with chemical agents.
Analysis is based on the data from annual modules on Work-Related Accidents and Illness that are collected by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) as part of the Quarterly National Household Survey (QNHS) and on data collected by the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) on fatal and non-fatal injuries based on employers’ reports.
Information sheet on exporters duties under the Rotterdam Regulation (EU) No.689/2008 on the export and import of hazardous chemicals.
This information sheet provides basic information and guidance on the management of health and safety for people involved in port and dock operations, including port authorities, stevedoring companies, terminal operators (such as container, Roll-on Roll-off [Ro-Ro], Lift-on Lift-off [Lo-Lo] and passenger ferry companies), transport and logistics companies and shipping agents.
This information sheet provides guidance on some of the main hazards encountered in port and dock operations. It will be of assistance to employers when conducting a risk assessment of their or their employees’ work activities in ports and docks. It will also be of interest to anyone who visits ports and docks during the course of their work.