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Up to 75 die each year in work related crashes

Up to one third of all road collisions involve drivers who are using their vehicle for work. This means that around 75 people die in work related road crashes in Ireland each year.

Health and safety award for Castlebar mechanical engineering company

Johan Collins Mechanical Services of Castlebar has been awarded the RoSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents) Silver Award for Occupational Health and Safety. The RoSPA Awards help ensure that organisations have good health and safety management systems in place in order to reduce the number of accidents and causes of ill-health at work.

Kilkenny mining firm fined for breach of health and safety laws

A fine of €100,000 has been handed down to Galmoy Mines Ltd in Kilkenny as a result of serious breaches of health and safety legislation. The case was heard before Judge Buttimer in Kilkenny Circuit Criminal Court sitting in Carlow on Wednesday this week.

Employers reminded of their duty to employees who drive for work

Up to one third of all road collisions involve drivers who are using their vehicle for work. This means that around 100 people die in work related road crashes in Ireland each year.

Recession no excuse for safety cuts — Calleary

Minister of State, Dara Calleary, has urged businesses to keep health and safety at the top of their agenda, and not use the economic downturn as an excuse for cut backs in this area.

Castlebar mechanical company receives health and safety award

Johan Collins Mechanical Services has been awarded the prestigious Merit Award by The National Irish Safety Organisation. This award marks the efforts put in by the company over the last year with regards to its on site health and safety awareness.

O’Flaherty calls for maps to show floodplains

Councillors must know exactly where the floodplains in Galway city and its surrounding areas are so that homes being built are not at risk from future floods.

 

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