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Manual Handling Regulations

Manual handling, the act of transporting or supporting loads by hand or bodily force, as defined by the Manual Handling Regulations, is a common known cause of accidents in the workplace. It is the massive accident results that Manual Handling Regulations attempts to reduce or eliminate by pointing out employer responsibilities as well as […]

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Working with ISO Consultants in Ireland

T&T Precision
 
Business Safety are delighted to announce that we have been appointed by T&T Precision of Curraheen, Cork to develop and assist in the implementation of a quality management system (QMS).  This project involves creating a QMS manual, policy, procedures and forms as outlined in ISO 9001.

Our consultants are providing onsite assistance to management […]

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Getting Certified in ISO Management Systems

Business Safety provides assistance to organisations looking to get certified to ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001 management systems.  Some clients we have recently worked with to get them certified include:

Citius Ltd:  We recently developed an integrated quality, environmental and safety management system for Citius who are now certified to all 3 standards.
Lining Tech: […]

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Why is it important to have an ISO 9001 system?

The ISO 9001 is just one of a range of internationally recognised ISO 9000 standards which aims to improve quality management systems within your organisation, helping you to adopt best practice procedures and manage the business more effectively. Adoption of accredited quality systems puts the foundations in place to enhance customer satisfaction and staff […]

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Four reasons to seek manual handling training

Manual Handling Training
More than a third of all workplace injuries which last for over three days result from poor manual handling training techniques, resulting in the loss of an estimated 1.3million working days a year. Given the major impact this loss has not just on an employer, but the Irish economy as a whole, […]

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