Healthy, Safe and Productive Lives
The aim of the guidance is to raise awareness of health and safety and contribute to reducing the number of serious and fatal accidents that occur in fishing. The guidance will assist fishermen in assessing and controlling the risks associated with their work and to improve standards of health and safety within the sector.
Conversations and art about safety on the ocean, fishing and life in coastal communities by children from all over Ireland.
More than 100 children from St. Louis N.S., Monaghan Town, St. Mary’s Boys N.S., Monaghan Town, St. Michael’s N.S., Corcaghan, Monaghan, St. Michael’s N.S., Rackwallace, Castleshane, and St. Mary’s N.S., Threemilehouse, Monaghan, have today (Tuesday 11 November) attended a Health and Safety Authority ‘Keep Safe’ event at Corcaghan Hall, Monaghan.
A Director and a Shareholder of a company were ordered to carry out 200 hours community service each, instead of a six-month jail sentence, by Judge Mary Ellen Ring in the Dublin Circuit Criminal Court following a breach of health and safety legislation.
The Cross Border Construction Safety seminar which took place in the Hillgrove Hotel, Monaghan Town today (Thursday 16th October). The event was co-hosted by the Health and Safety Authority (HSA) and the Health and Safety Executive of Northern Ireland (HSENI) and focused on the key risk areas in both jurisdictions.
The Health and Safety Authority has today (Monday 13 September) announced details of its annual Safety and Health in Construction Competition 2014/2015 for undergraduates on Construction-related courses. The aim of the competition is to provide an environment where undergraduate students can collaborate and work together to enhance, develop and embed their knowledge and understanding of safety and health in construction.
The Health and Safety Authority has today (Tuesday 7th October) announced details of its third annual Occupational Safety and Health competition, which is open to 3rd and 4th year undergraduates from all fields of nursing and midwifery programmes.
More than 100 children from St. Peter & Paul's Primary School, St. Mary's CBS, Presentation Primary School and Ballyneale N.S., have attended a Health and Safety Authority ‘Keep Safe’ event in Monroe Sports Complex, Clonmel, Co Tipperary on Tuesday 7th October.
The Authority was set up under the 1989 Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act, which is widely seen as the beginning of a modern systematic approach to managing workplace safety and health.