HSA & IFA Launch Farm Safety Campaign

The HSA plan to increase the number of farm visits they make in order to promote safety on farms. This new initiative aims to place particular emphasis on farmers in the 60+ age group. Over the last 10 years there have been 182 people killed, and many more seriously injured, as the result of farm […]

IOSH Ireland Western District Seminar – 9th April 2013

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IOSH Ireland Western District committee are hosting a free seminar in the Greenhills Hotel, Ennis Road, Limerick from 7pm-9pm. The seminar will cover the following topics: Implications of Part M Building Regulations 2010 & Making Buildings Accessible and Usable – Eoin O’Herlihy‘s presentation will address why accessibility is important, who benefits from accessibility and barriers […]

HSA Lauch Programme of Work 2013

The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) have recently published their Programme of Work for 2013. The publication outlines the HSA’s strategy of improving workplace health and safety in Ireland from 2013 to 2015. Key areas covered by the publication include raising awareness of the dangers of working in the agricultural and fishing sectors, providing assistance […]


Welcome to SMESafety.ie! This site has been developed to assist small and medium businesses in Ireland achieve their health and safety obligations.  The site provides free, high quality information on range of workplace topics affecting almost all businesses in Ireland today. The site focuses on 9 key areas which are chemicals, display screen equipment, driving for work, electricity, fire, manual […]

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