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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 to access. The seminar mainly aims to equip participants with an understanding of the requirements of Part M 2010 and ensure participants appreciate the key content of Technical Guidance Document M 2010. The content would be particularly beneficial to Health and Safety Officers, Architects and Technicians, Engineers, Building Control Officers, Fire Officers, Fire Consultants, Facilities Managers and all those with an interest in Building Regulations and making buildings accessible.


Safety Leadership Overview and the Role to be played by OHS Professionals
Mary Darlington’s presentation will outline the key issues regarding Safety Leadership, what it is and the role to be played by OHS professionals in driving it. The presentation will cover; health and safety as a core value, what is safety leadership, the role of OHS professionals and the benefits of safety leadership.

It will be of particular interest to people involved in Safety Management including Employers Managers, Supervisors, Safety Managers and Safety Officers and Operatives working in these areas.

To book a place, please email

The event is open to IOSH members and non-members.

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