Farm Safety

Farm Safety GEMMA COLLINS DOYLE EHS Consultant EazySAFE Most of the time, when we think of working safely, we automatically think of manufacturing, construction, and offices etc. We tend to forget about farming and what a high-risk job it can be, even when all the safety precautions have been put in place. According to the Health and Safety Authority (HSA), one third of all workplace fatalities in Ireland occur in farming, even though a small…

Read more

Advices for remote workers
promoting a culture of safety

Safety Culture is probably one of the most important aspects of safety management, and probably the most difficult to implement. Whether you are a safety professional, supervisor, manager or an employee of a company, you need to consider the importance of creating a strong safety culture within your Organisation.

Read more

Woman employing safe work practices in a factory

As an employer, it is your responsibility to maintain a safe and healthy workplace. One of the ways to do this, is to encourage safe work practices within the company. Here are a few tips on how to do just that…

Read more

illustration d'ouvriers de chantiers avec gilets et casques

Whether you’re just starting with… or you’re slightly more seasoned, our best practice guide to Safety Management will serve as a helpful reference point to make sure you get the most out of your efforts!

Read more

Proactive Safety Management

Due to the reactionary nature of lagging indicators, they don’t make for a strong gauge for measuring overall safety and prevention. Unfortunately, they can lead managers and employees to become complacent, just because they see a low injury rate.

Read more

services safety training

It is true to say that most SME’s may not have the resources to manage Health and Safety, in the same way that large companies and corporations do. In saying that, this is no excuse for having a poor level of Health and Safety management in your workplace.

Read more

17/17