According to Ireland’s Health and Safety Authority “In Ireland, there have been 40 electrocutions or deaths from the explosive/burning effects of electricity from 2001 to the end of 2020. Of those, 25 deaths have been associated with a work activity”.

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It doesn’t seem very many, but one fatality a year represents a loved-one lost, doing their job.


Electrical safety in organisations is often the responsibility of non-electrically qualified staff, from facilities managers up to company directors. Is that you? If so, are you confident you know how to manage your organisation’s electrical risk?




 This course has helped hundreds of delegates to audit their policies and procedures through the simple approach of the Code of Practice:  

 "All presenters were engaging. Giving useful and practical examples of real-world situations makes it so much easier to understand and use the training effectively." 

  "The way the information was delivered made the self-assessment tool more approachable." 

 "The legal update was very useful and a timely reminder to understand responsibility/accountability." 


Attend this business critical training and leave with confidence that your risks can be managed


    Learn valuable lessons from Padraig Delaney our HEALTH & SAFETY AUTHORITY inspector 

    Prepare to systematically assess and mitigate common risks in your workplace

    Join in sessions on competence, safety rules and contractors' responsibilities to eliminate confusion, and make sure all workers onsite are adequately briefed

    Real-life case studies and group discussions get you thinking about "what if?" 

    Take away practical advice from Niav O’Higgins a leading Irish construction lawyer with over 25 years’ experience in this area. She heads up the Construction & Engineering Group and is also a member of the Health & Safety Group at Arthur Cox.

View the full programme here

Book online at electricalsafety.theiet.org

Ireland online course fees

Member - 875€

Non-member - 975€





 
Robert Heaton