Tag Archives: Health and Safety

Manual Handling and People Handling Training Course

We are delivering a Manual Handling and People Handling Training Course in September. Details are as follows: Date: Tuesday September 23rd 2014 Location: Mohill, Co. Leitrim Manual Handling will be delivered in the morning and for those wishing to progress their Training to People/Patient Handling, this will be delivered in the afternoon. A full day [...]

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Exhibiting at NUI Galway 14th and 15th June 2013

As a Graduate of The Centre for Occupational Health & Safety Studies in NUI Galway, we are delighted to be returning as an Exhibitor to their Conference this Friday and Saturday 14th and 15th June 2013 titled “Occupational Health and Safety: A Pioneering Past and a Bright Future”. The One and a Half day Conference [...]

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Wise Woman Weekend 2013

Safety Wise Advice Services are delighted to assist the Wise Woman Weekend in managing Health and Safety at the event for a fifth consecutive year. The Event takes place this weekend June 7th – 9th 2013 at Gurteen College, Roscrea, Co. Tipperary. If you would like assistance with Health and Safety requirements for your Event [...]

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

We would like to wish all of our Clients, Facebook Fans, Twitter Followers and Linked In Connections a very Happy #St. Patricks Day!

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Race Sponsorship

Safety Wise Advice Services are delighted to be Sponsors of “The Safety Chase” (Races 3A and 3B) tonight March 26th 2011 at the Race Night being held in Quinns Bar, Fenagh by the local Community Soccer Academy. Best of Luck to everyone involved and we hope you have a great night!

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Workplace Death more likely in Northern Ireland

“Death in the workplace is twice as likely to occur in Northern Ireland than in any other UK region, a report has revealed. The audit office has said that this may be because there are a larger number of tradesmen doing more dangerous jobs in Northern Ireland than the rest of the country. Although there [...]

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Need help with HR and/or Health & Safety Issues in your business?

Free confidential consultation sessions available with expert Consultants on a one to one basis to discuss issues such as Safety Statements, Risk Assessments, Training, Contracts of Employment, Disciplinary Issues, NERA Inspections etc Find out how you can avoid litigation and unnecessary fines by ensuring your business is compliant and has the correct procedures and systems [...]

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Wise Woman Weekend 28-30 May 2010 in Dromahair, Co. Leitrim

Safety Wise Advice Services are delighted to be involved with this Festival once again this year. We have prepared the Safety Statement and Risk Assessments for the event and will be on hand throughout the weekend to assist with any Health and Safety issues that arise. If you are organising an Event or Festival in [...]

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Safe Hospitality – New HSA Publication

Safe Hospitality is a practical and easy to use guide to help ensure safe and healthy workplaces for those in the hotel, restaurant, catering and bar trades. You will find simple and easy to implement safeguards that can be put in place easily with immediate impact. There are seven parts in total. Part 1 is [...]

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So Sligo Food & Culture Festival 2010

Safety Wise Advice Services are pleased to announce that they have been selected to provide their expert Health and Safety Services to the “So Sligo Food & Culture Festival” being held in Sligo and surrounding areas from 19-21 March 2010. Safety Wise Advice Services will be preparing the Safety Statement and Risk Assessments and helping [...]

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