Workplace Health & Safety
Injured and Disabled Employees: Getting them back to work TONY MANGAN Health and Safety Consultant at EazySAFE Have you ever thought you could break a leg or arm on a skiing holiday or falling down the stairs? How about becoming more disabled? Perhaps a stroke? You could acquire a debilitating progressive disease like Multiple Sclerosis or […]
Challenging Our Beliefs How Our Perspectives Can Damage Workplace Relationships ALAN WHITE Wellness Consultant at EazySAFE To promote a culture of wellbeing in the workplace, relationships must be at its core. Developing strong, positive relationships with colleagues not only creates a positive working environment but will also increase flow and efficiency of work. Employees model […]
Winter Wellness for Employees GEMMA COLLINS DOYLE Health and Safety Consultant at EazySAFE Well, it’s that time of the year again, where you may hear a chorus of sniffles and coughs as you walk through any workplace (and if you are like me, hold your breath and hope you don’t catch what they have!). I don’t know […]
Risks to the Long-Term Health of Irish Workers TONY MANGAN Health and Safety Consultant at EazySAFE Health can be defined as a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. An occupational disease, meanwhile, is a disease where work may be a contributory factor. […]
Understanding Safety: Workers in Sensitive Risk Groups ANDY TILLEARD Health and Safety Consultant at EazySAFE There are myriad environments that people work in on a day to day basis in which they are able to work without undue problems, what most of us would consider to be a normal working regime. Although there are some more […]
The office is not the first place you would think of when you think of safety at work! Office places would not usually fall into the high-risk category, but this does not mean that no hazards exist here. Let’s take a closer look. A job where most work tasks are carried out while sitting in a chair in a climate-controlled office would …
This discussion looks at the safety issues that are related to lifting operations, including equipment and accessories and what general arrangements need to be in place to safely manage this type of hazardous work.
Everyone that visits your site should have some kind of formal induction. Each induction will need to cover different topics, for example, Visitors won’t need to know how to fill out a permit to work form, but they will need to know where their assembly point is, in the event of an emergency.