If your query relates to Accreditation and the Irish National Accreditation Board, please use the contact form on their website.
If you wish to make a complaint about a workplace safety, health or welfare matter, please use our online complaints form.
Contacting the HSA during the COVID-19 crisis
In line with the updated public health measures announced by the Government to delay the spread of COVID-19, all offices of the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) are currently closed, and our staff are working remotely.
We have implemented business continuity measures to maintain our operations and ensure minimal disruption to services. Our focus is to continue to operate business as usual, where possible, while protecting the health of our staff and stakeholders.
During this period, you can continue to contact us, as normal, by telephone, through our online contact form, or by email using existing staff email contacts.
As we will have limited access to physical mail sent to our offices, we ask that, where possible, you do no correspond with us by post and instead contact us electronically. Please see our Freedom of Information page for details of how we are handling FOI requests during the COVID-19 crisis.
For further information in relation to COVID-19, please see HSA.ie/COVID19
LoCall: 1890 289 389 (between 9:00am and 3:00pm, Monday to Friday)
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Note: Your operator may charge additional costs when calling our 1890 number from a mobile phone. Please use our (01) 6147000 number as an alternative.
Overseas callers should call +353 1 614 7000
An emergency service outside of standard office hours is operated. In case of a serious injury/fatality outside of standard business hours (9:00am to 3:00pm), please phone 1890 289 389 where you will be offered a transfer to the Gardai who will in turn notify a HSA senior inspector.
You can write to the Authority at its Head Office or one of its Field Offices at the following details:
The Metropolitan Building
James Joyce Street
Chemical Policy & Services Head Office and Kilkenny Field Office:
Waterford Field Office:
Cork Field Office:
1A South Mall
Limerick Field Office:
Raheen Business Park
Galway Field Office:
The Plaza Offices
Sligo Field Office:
Unit 1 Beulah Building
Athlone Field Office:
Block A, 2nd Floor
Monksland Retail Business Park
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