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CMSE - Blog | Safety Training & Consultancy

28
Mar

Ireland’s Third Annual National Workplace Wellbeing Day

Ireland’s Third Annual National Workplace Wellbeing Day

National Workplace Wellbeing Day aims to improve overall employee wellbeing through promoting better exercise and nutrition in the workplace.

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21
Mar

Strong demand for EHS Professionals as Salaries Increase

The market demand for EHS professionals is currently at its highest level in many years.

The continued increased demand as well as relative short supply of candidates has led to salary increases across the profession. The market has seen salary increases ranging between 5-16%. As a response to this, companies looking to retain staff have been offering up to 10% increases to their existing staff. Given the cost of recruiting, training and onboarding of new staff, this makes a sound investment for businesses.

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16
Feb

New EU Compliance Requirements For Businesses

The EU Directive on disclosure of non-financial and diversity information (2014/95/EU) entered into force in December 2014. This legislation requires around 6,000 large companies listed on EU markets, or operating in the banking and insurance sectors, to disclose relevant environmental and social information in the management report, with the first reports to be published in 2018 (on financial year 2017). Member States had to finalise the transposition into national legislation by December 6th 2016.
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13
Jul

New EEU Compulsory Maritime CO2 Declarations

Are You Ready To Comply?

Are you aware that the new regulation (EU) 2015/757 on the monitoring, reporting and verification of carbon dioxide emissions from maritime transport was adopted on 29 April 2015 and entered into force on 1 July 2015?.  Are you also aware that it is now also expressly provided that the European member states will have to set up a system of penalties for failure to comply with these new obligations?
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6
Jul

ISO 45001 Draft International Standard Delayed

Members of the ISO 45001 work group have been notified that following a recent ballot by the participating members of the ISO committee the new international standard for occupational health and safety – ISO 45001 has failed to gain approval.

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