Tag Archives: Safety Statement

IOSH Managing Safely Course Dates

Safety Wise Advice Services are running a 4 Day “IOSH Managing Safely” Course in Carrick On Shannon, Co. Leitrim on the following dates: March 5,6,11,12 2014 “IOSH Managing Safely” is for Managers and Supervisors in any sector, and any organisation. It is designed to get Managers up to speed on the practical actions they need [...]

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Leitrim Business Expo

The Leitrim Business Expo takes place this year on the 11th of October from 4 – 7 pm in The Landmark Hotel, Carrick on Shannon. Admission is free.  All are welcome. Please support our local Businesses.  

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Company Brochure now available

A Safety Wise Advice Services Brochure detailing our Services is now available. Among our Services that we provide are Quality Assurance, Health and Safety and Environmental Audits, numerous Training Courses and Advice on Health and Safety Matters. If you would like to book a course or would like more information on our services, please do [...]

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So Sligo Food and Culture Festival 2012

Safety Wise Advice Services are delighted to be assisting So Sligo Food Festival Ltd once again in managing Health and Safety during the Event.  This is the third consecutive year of the Festival and we have been involved since its inaugural year in 2010. The Festival runs from May 18th – 20th 2012. We wish [...]

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IOSH Ireland North West District Visit to Bellacorrick Demolition Site

Event: Visit to Bellacorrick Power Station Demolition Site, Bellacorrick, Co. Mayo Date – Wednesday 7th September at 2pm Places are limited to a Maximum of 20 people so booking is necessary Please bring your Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) with you e.g. safety boots, helmets, Hi Visibility Clothing, Eye and Ear Protection Book your place with [...]

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Health and Safety Column

Safety Wise Advice Services are delighted with our new fortnightly Column on HGV Ireland.com, it is hoped that together, over time we will build up a good health and safety knowledge base for Haulage Operators and the Transport Industry itself.

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Celebrating 5 Years in Business!

We are celebrating 5 years in Business this month! Safety Wise Advice Services was established by Geraldine McGovern in January 2006 and has gone from strength to strength. In those years we have worked with a wide variety of Organisations in various Sectors and gained a reputation for clear, precise and practical assistance delivered in [...]

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Managing Safety in Post Primary Schools

The Health and Safety Authority has published two new documents to help manage health and safety in Post Primary Schools. According the the HSA, “the guidelines are a management tool intended to offer guidance and practical advice to assist schools in planning, organising and managing a safe and healthy school environment for staff, pupils and [...]

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HSENI Advice Document on Slurry Spreading

The HSENI have published an advice Document on Slurry Spreading. The Document details how to manage the gas hazard and physical hazard i.e. use of equipment. It is worth noting that absence of smell is not a guide to the absence of gas as the sense of smell is lost at concentrations over 20 ppm. [...]

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How Often do I need to update my Safety Statement?

Businesses often wonder when it is necessary to review and update their Safety Statement. The Health and Safety Authority advises that Safety Statements be revised on an annual basis. Legislation Guidelines advise that a Safety Statement is reviewed on a continual basis and is updated as and when the following occurs: Changes in H&S Legislation, [...]

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