Niall Scriven, Author at Chris Mee Group | CMSE
9
May

Migrating from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001

ISO450001The newly approved International Standard for Occupational Health and Safety ISO 45001 is now available!  Independent certification to this standard proves an organisation’s commitment to safety management in their workplace.

The new standard ISO 45001 replaces the previously well known OHSAS 18001.  Chris Mee Group can assist and advise our clients in setting up systems in keeping with this new standard and in achieving this much anticipated new certification.  Read more

20
Apr

Behaviour Based Safety: What Everyone Needs to Know

Much has been written about Behaviour Based Safety (BBS) – so much that it runs the risk of becoming a fad. To properly understand and utilise BBS in your organisation, here is what you need to know:
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17
Apr

DGSA – What you need to know

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When Do I Require a DGSA? – What you need to know

Are you manufacturing, storing handling or transporting anything containing Lithium (i.e. batteries), drug delivery devices, pharmaceuticals, paints, inks and perfumes?

 Handling and Transport of Dangerous goods is both hazardous and heavily regulated.  If you make, fill store or transport any of these, you are required to have a DGSA – Dangerous Goods Safety Adviser.

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26
Mar

National Workplace Wellbeing Day – March 27th

When launching Workplace Wellbeing Day 2015 back in November 2014, Danny McCoy, CEO at Ibec stated that *11 million days are lost through absenteeism Every Year.
The campaign is about employers looking at what they are currently doing in this area, identifying what they’re doing well, promoting these activities/initiatives amongst employees and sharing it with other companies. Mr. McCoy also said that it is equally important to identify places where improvements are needed, and making them too. Read more

25
Nov

The Little Island Business Association (LIBA) Awards 2014

The Little Island Business Association (LIBA) held their second annual Awards ceremony last Friday night, November 21st. The LIBA Awards were designed to recognise and honour the businesses and community of Little Island.

There are close to 1,000 businesses operating in Little Island, at present employing over 15,000 people. The Little Island Business Association was formed to promote and market Little Island locally, nationally and internationally, as well as to provide a platform for businesses in the area to network and do more business. Read more