*Part funding may be available and 100% funding maybe available for unemployed trainees
26th May in Carrick on Shannon
30th May in Drumshanbo
3rd June. Sligo (morning & Afternoon session)
15th June. Drumshanbo
16th June Sligo (Morning & Afternoon Session)
Refresher First Aid
9th June. Drumshanbo
11th June. Carrick on Shannon
18th June. Carrick on Shannon
26th June. Drumshanbo
29th & 30th June Castlerea (Split over 2 evenings)
Emergency First Aid
17th June Sligo
25th June Boyle
Sports First Aid
Saturday 2nd July Boyle
QQI 5N0731 – Approved Handheld Pesticide Application Course
23rd & 24th June Drumshanbo
For more information or to book a place phone 1890 907138 or 089 4444975 email email@example.com
QQI 3 Day Occupational First Aid Course taking place in Castlerea on the 7th, 8th & 9th March in Castlerea. Cost €180 per person. For more information or to book a place call 1890 907138 or 089 4444975. Dates also available for Leitrim.
Please note course will run subject to numbers. Funding may be available to in house group booking (please contact office for available dates) 26th January. 1 Day Emergency First Aid Course. Strokestown, Co Roscommon. 28th January. Manual Handling Course (4 Hours) Galway 2nd, 3rd & 4th February. 3 Day Fetac occupational First Aid Course. Galway 5th February. Manual Handling (4 Hours) Monaghan 7th February. 1 Day Fetac Occupational First Aid Refresher. Carrick on Shannon. 9th February. Manual Handling (4 Hours) Roscommon 16th February. 1 Day Fetac Occupational First Aid Refresher. Carrickmacross, Co Monaghan
21st, 28th February & 7th March. 3 Day Fetac occupational First Aid Course, Carrick onShannon. 23rd February. 1 Day Fetac Occupational First Aid Refresher. Drumshambo, Co Leitrim 25th February. Manual Handling (4 Hours) Sligo 26th, 27th February & 2nd March. 3 Day Fetac occupational First Aid Course. Sligo 3rd March. 1 Day Fetac occupational First Aid Refresher Course. Ardee, Co Louth 4th March. Day Fetac occupational First Aid Refresher Course. Sligo 5th March. Manual Handling (4 Hours) Leitrim 5th March. Health & Safety in the workplace awareness course. Drumshambo, Co Leitrim 6th March. Manual Handling (4 Hours) Boyle, Co Roscommon 9th March. 1 Day Emergency First Aid. Boyle, Co Roscommon 10th March. 1 Day Fetac Occupational First Aid Refresher, Carrick on Shannon, Co Leitrim 11th, 12th & 13th March. 3 Day Fetac occupational First Aid Course. Leitrim
31st October, Boyle. 1 day Emergency First Aid.
8th November, Carrick on Shannon. 1 day refresher Occupational First Aid Course.
15th, 22nd & 29th November, Carrick on Shannon. 3 Day Fetac Occupational First Aid Course.
20th November, Carrick on Shannon. 1 day Occupational First Aid Refresher.
21st November, Carrick on Shannon. Manual Handling Course.
27th November, Roscommon. 1 Day Occupational First Aid Refresher.
1st, 2nd & 3rd December, Roscommon. 3 Day Fetac Occupational First Aid Course.
5th December, Roscommon. Manual Handling Course.
For more details call us on 1890 907137 or 089444975
A will take place in Carrrick on Shannon on the 16th, 17th & 18th September. 9.30 to 5pm. Full or part funding maybe available for part time employees or the unemployed. For more details contact us on 1890 907138 or 0894444975 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Occupational First Aid Course (3 Day) taking place in Carrick on Shannon, Co Leitrim on August 17th, 24th & 31st. To book your place contact us on 1890 907138 or email email@example.com limited places available.
Death toll in Bangladesh building collapse has grown to 260 with many workers still missing. Wednesday’s building collapse was the third major industrial incident in five months in Bangladesh. This high lights the importance of Ensuring Safe and proper working conditions. These buildings are old, not fit for purpose, overloaded and over crowded.. This could damage the low cost Garment export business in Bangladesh as 60% of garment exports from Bangladesh go to Europe.
Some of the Safety training courses we offer. For more details call us on 1890 907138
This year to date a number of people has been killed in the Agricultural / Forestry sector alone. 80 to 90 percent of all workplace accidents are triggered by unsafe behaviour. The very young and the old are most at risk of serious injury and death on the farm. Farmers and those employed in the agricultural sector need to be aware that reducing accidents and improving safety on the farm can only be achieved by systematically identifying and reversing those unsafe behaviours in the workplace. A core part of Behavioural safety is also the process of risk assessment.
For example at risk behaviours include climbing over an unprotected or badly maintained PTO guard resulting in entanglement and loss of life / limb, improperly operated or defective farm machinery causing crush injuries, drowning in improperly guarded slurry pit. These are in the direct control of the farm owner, and therefore can be targeted for improvement via a behavioural safety initiative.
Simply put, a behavioural safety procedure is designed to identify the small proportion of unsafe behaviours implicated in the lion’s share of accidents and injuries (80/20 rule). Some of these have already been outlined above. By putting these behaviours on a simple checklist and involving your wife or teenage Son / Daughter to use the check list to observe and record any at risk behaviours they see while a specific job of work is undertaken on the farm. Remember all positive behaviours are also recorded and the percentage of at risk behaviours can then be calculated and compared with subsequent safety observations in order to pin point areas of improvement.
This process requires only that you be honest with your self and by involving other family members / employees it will nurture a culture of good Health & Safety Practice on the Farm in the long term. Remember, familiarity breeds contempt and the longer we succeed without an accident the more our unsafe behaviours are reinforced and the closer you or your family get to being seriously injured. Behavioural Safety is a proven system, which has greatly reduced accidents and injuries in industry.
For further guidance on establishing a Behavioural safety check list and further information on farm risk assessments you can contact James at Absolute Safety on 071 96 23273, 086 2024152.