ireland


Workplace injury: What does this mean for employers in Ireland?

Under health and safety legislation, every employer has a duty of care to their employees and self-employed people working for the business to provide a safe work environment. But accidents still happen... Read More

Workplace fatalities in Ireland hit record low

The number of people killed in work-related accidents in Ireland fell by 23% last year, according to official figures. Read More

IOSH: Two in five people in Ireland suffer ill-treatment in the workplace

Employers in Ireland are being urged to tackle ill-treatment in the workplace, after a new report revealed it has been experienced by two in five people. Read More

Firm fined for ‘accident waiting to happen’

Killarney Plaza Hotel lift collapsed four floors with five people inside. Read More

Irish workplace fatal accidents down by 20%

New figures show that there were 44 people killed in workplaces in 2016 in Ireland, representing a 21% reduction of Read More



Sign up to free email newsletters

Job Search

Search for health and safety jobs

Product and Services Search

Search for health and safety product and service suppliers

Downloads

Why smart quality professionals deny serious risks in a post-pandemic world

Feedback from the field: Researching frontline experience

The ROI of safety: Making the business case for safety and health

Lone worker device or app? Which should you choose?

Digitally connecting your EHSQ management