Archive for 'Safety'

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Safety Crew Get-together

December 14th, 2016

Malone Group’s Safety Department recently took part in a team building event at GoQuest.

2016 All Ireland Occupational Safety Awards

Malone Group Win at the 2016 All Ireland Occupational Safety Awards

October 10th, 2016

Malone Group won an award at the 2016 All Ireland Occupational Safety Awards . Martin Byrne, EHS Manager and Patrice Cahill, EHS Advisor were on hand to accept the award for distinction in Safety Management Systems at the award ceremony. Martin said “We are delighted to have received an award for a second year in […]

Tool Box Talk Series

Tool Box Talks Now Available to Download

January 8th, 2016

A complete suite of free Tool Box Talks is now available in our Safety Resource Center . Please feel free to use for your own needs.

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Malone Group Staff Member is published in British Safety Council Magazine

October 1st, 2015

Congratulations to Francis Cleary on getting a letter published in the British Safety Council magazine. Francis wrote a piece on the low standards of health and safety in the construction of some World Cup venues.

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Malone Engineering Group Safety Officer appointed Chairman of IOSH, Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, Ireland Branch, Construction Specialist Section

August 17th, 2015

Malone Engineering Group safety officer, Martin Byrne, was appointed Chairman of IOSH IRLCSS in April 2015. IOSH currently has over 600 Irish members in the construction sector. Regular events are held to update members on best practice and regulation changes. IOSH continues to see growth in its membership with in excess of 44,000 members worldwide. […]

Safety in design

Safety in design – are you fulfilling your duties?

June 3rd, 2015

The design conception stage is tied in with the well-known hierarchy of risk controls where engineering controls are always the most effective, because they can combat the risk at source, or contain or isolate the hazard so that exposures are controlled through design. In organisations, engineering controls can reduce health hazard exposures, in addition, to […]

noise

Do you have an occupational exposure limit or environmental noise issue with your site?

May 25th, 2015

Malone Engineering Group is now offering a unique approach to resolving noise based problems by providing a complete project managed service covering baseline noise surveying through to engineering and implementing noise abatement solutions. Typically, noise reduction measures are required to comply with the workplace safety regulations, IPPC license, local authority or ISO 14001 limits. By […]

Principal Designer

Malone Engineering Group is Currently Undertaking the Roles of Principal Designer and Principal Contractor for a Decommissioning Project

May 18th, 2015

Malone Engineering Group has recently began undertaking the roles of Principal Designer and Principal Contractor for a decommissioning project in the Gloucestershire area. This project involves the closure of a large packaging site which catered for the needs of a number of large manufacturing companies in the UK. Although we have amassed significant experience in […]

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CDM Regulations 2015

March 5th, 2015

The new Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 (CDM 2015) are coming into effect from April of this year and will significantly impact upon the way that clients in the UK undertake projects. The main changes in the regulations according to the Health & Safety Executive are as follows; Principal designer The replacement of the […]

Heinz Kitt Green

SafePermit installation at Heinz Kitt Green

August 26th, 2014

Malone Engineering Group  is currently finalising the implementing of SafePermit at Heinz Kitt Green’s site. Heinz Kitt Green is Europe’s largest food production plant producing more than 1 billion cans of beans per annum, as well as soups and hot foods. Heinz is committed to safe working practices and, by implementing SafePermit, will streamline permit to […]

 
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