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- Health & Safety Training,
- Risk Assessments,
- Method Statements,
- Site Audits,
- On line training
Irish occupational health and safety is primarily regulated by the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 (as amended) (the SHWAW Act). Additional acts and regulations address the management of safety, health and welfare within workplaces and support the SHWAW Act. One key set of regulations are the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007-20 (as amended), which cover a range of topics, and provide more detailed information on safety, health and welfare requirements for workplaces and work processes.
The Construction Regulations 2013-20 (as amended) place a number of duties on Clients, Contractors and home owners who would seek to procure the services of a contractor. To this end a home owner is required to establish that the contractor is competent to carry out the work safely prior to the commencement of such works. A key requirement within the SHWAW Act is the creation of a Safety Statement, which is pivotal document for the management of safety, health and welfare within work organisations and places of work.
Employers have a duty to prepare or cause to have prepared a Safety Statement for the company’s undertaking and engage in consultation with employees by way of induction, tool box talks etc; Inductions will be based on the relevant extracts pertaining to employees and their role/s within the organisation. The legislation in its entirety is quite extensive and many companies do not have the wherewithal to manage their Health and Safety and comply with their obligations as set out under the legislation applicable to their undertaking. Salus Training Services offer such a service in order that the company/organisation may comply with their obligations. Safety training in a vital component of compliance and Salus also provide training for this purpose.
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