Online Environmental, Health & Safety Courses
EazySAFE have a comprehensive library of online courses that are written by our resident environment, health & safety experts and can easily be tailored to meet your needs.
"EazySAFE [incorporating Phoenix Safety] have provided excellent training material for our company, both in terms of e-learning content and practical training. The employees have found the training materials both useful from a learning point of view and efficient from a time point of view. The support from the team made available to myself has been brilliant also. I look forward to continuing to work with them in the future and would recommend them to anyone!"
Blended learning allows employees to complete the theory section of the course online at a time that suits them. This is followed by a group face-to-face practical session with a trained instructor. This is a cost effective and time efficient method of staying in compliance.
Case Study - Glanbia Contractor Induction
"With the recent opening of our new state of the art facility in Belview, which is the largest plant of its kind in Europe, there are a lot of internal and external employees coming and going on a daily basis. As we have a strong safety culture here and strive to promote a safe working environment for all, we wanted to ensure that all of our contractors visiting the site were aware of the Environmental, Health and Safety requirements..."
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What you need to know about Occupational Health & Safety
There would be an expectation that all organisations are run on a foundation of good corporate governance. That means being transparent, ethical, accountable and operating with honesty and good moral values; compliance with the law is a significant component of that good governance effort.
This may seem like an obvious statement but the record shows that even large organisations can get caught out by workplace accidents, when noncompliance with the law results in someone getting hurt or something getting damaged.
In this whitepaper, Andy Tilleard gives a brief overview of the main OHS legislation that is the starting point to understanding what business owner’s obligations are in Ireland.
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