Healthy, Safe and Productive Lives
This analysis of the European Working Conditions Survey is a summary of the main ESRI report.
This report is a summary of the longer document named in the
title above. It examines fatal accidents in construction between
1989 and 2016.
This leaflet tells you what can happen when one of our inspectors visits your workplace to carry out an inspection or an investigation. It also explains what we do with the personal data we are required to collect during our workplace inspections and accident investigations.
This guidance document has been developed by the tripartite Quarry Safety Partnership and provides essential information for both new and experienced quarry workers on all aspects of quarrying. It also introduces the SLAM technique, which when employed correctly allows on-the-job risk assessments to be made.
This guide gives direction on the actions that need to be taken in order to manage ergonomic risks at workplace level. It explains the main ergonomic risk factors that may aﬀect a person’s health when carrying out work activities, outlines the risk assessment process involved in managing ergonomic risks, and gives guidance on useful risk assessment tools that can be used to quantify ergonomic risk factors.
Between 1989 and 2016, a total of 1,616 work-related fatal accidents were reported to the HSA. Over a quarter of all these involved construction businesses or other businesses engaged in construction activity.
This information leaflet has been developed to provide practical advice for employers and employees exposed to chemical products in the hairdressing industry.
This is the fifth statement of strategy prepared by the Authority under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005. This strategy will be implemented in an Ireland that has returned to economic success, business growth and full employment.
This is the first year for implementation of our new Strategy for the period 2019-2021. This affords us an opportunity to reset our programmes in order to meet our new strategic priorities and goals.
For products placed on the Irish market post-Brexit, EU legislation will apply and Irish companies may have new or additional obligations arising from the UK departure.