Healthy, Safe and Productive Lives
The aim of the Code of Practice is to improve the level of safety and health compliance of persons operating delivery vehicles to and from quarries, by providing practical guidance as to the observance of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005.
This Code of Practice is aimed primarily at operators of quarries, designers of quarry electrical installations, electricians, safety and health practitioners, employers, managers, employees, safety representatives and anyone associated with electrical installations in quarries.
Because farms are homes as well as workplaces, there are frequently children and young persons in this high-risk environment, either in the family or as visitors. This means children and young persons are at risk of death or injury on farms. This Code of Practice applies only to on-farm work activities and their potential impact on children and young persons.
This Code of Practice provides practical guidance on observing the legislation in relation to forestry operations. It came into operation on December 1st 2009 and replaces the Code of Practice for Managing Safety and Health in Forestry Operations which was issued by the Health and Safety Authority in May 2003.
This Code of Practice was prepared by ESB Networks with the assistance of the Health and Safety Authority.
The aim of this Code of Practice is to provide practical guidance to scaffold erectors, contractors and users of scaffolding on the requirements and prohibitions set out in the relevant statutory provisions.
This Code of Practice, under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005, is aimed at preventing and dealing with bullying where is happens in Irish workplaces. It is code for both employers and employees.
This Code of Practice contains detailed guidance about all areas of training forklift truck drivers.