|Business Safety has extensive experience in the field of occupational health and safety, offering professional services to business throughout Ireland looking for a safety officer on a temporary or part-time basis. If you require an occupational health and safety officer for interim cover, we have the ideal solution, with experts ready to assist at competitive rates and at short notice.
All of our safety officers are highly experienced, posses the requisite knowledge and training in health and safety regulations, and completely competent with extensive experience of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005, so ready to be of benefit to your business.
Whatever you require, we have a safety officer that is capable of creating and updating programmes in your work environment. If you want to train your staff about the importance of workplace health and safety, our specialists are here to be of expert service to you.
Why hire a safety officer in Ireland?
Hire a safety officer, and they can undertake a range of site-based activities as per your company’s requirements and can attend or chair meetings with senior staff, whilst coordinating the running of a safety management system.
There are many reasons your business needs a safety officer. Not only can they offer impartial advice on important issues such as legal compliance, they can also implement many different programmes and conducts workplace safety audits, and report this back to management and stakeholders within the business. The role and responsibilities of the officer are varied, and include but are not exclusive to the following duties:
We can supply you with a temporary safety officer in Ireland at the best possible rate!
Our safety officers in Ireland can be provided for up to three days per week and they are ready to work on projects of any duration. They cover all areas of Ireland including Waterford, Cork, Dublin, Tipperary, Carlow, Kildare, Limerick and Meath.
Safety Officer – FAQ
Why would I want a safety officer?
A competent Safety Officer can offer impartial advice on areas such as legal compliance, implementing a safety management system, safety improvement programmes as well as undertaking staff and management training. A Safety Officer can conduct a workplace safety audit and report to management and other stakeholders on their findings.
Covering: Waterford, Cork, Dublin, Tipperary, Carlow, Kildare, Limerick and Meath.
Health and Safety Officer Ireland Emlyn Ó Troighthigh