Blog Archives - Chris Mee Group | CMSE
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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18
Dec

What are electromagnetic fields and how do we use them?

Electromagnetic fields (EMF), of all frequencies, represent one of the most common and fastest growing environmental influences about which anxiety and speculation is spreading.

What is an Electromagnetic field (EMF)?

Electromagnetic fields (EMFs) arise whenever electrical energy is used. So, for example, EMFs arise from electrical appliances, from work processes such as radio frequency heating and drying and in the world at large from radio, TV and Telecoms broadcasting masts and security detection devices.
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21
Aug

Process Safety – What you need to know

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Process Safety – What you need to know

The Chris Mee Group is pleased to announce that we now offer an IOSH-approved 5 day Process Safety Management course. The programme was developed because of industry demands and we are the only provider of a course like this in Ireland. This comprehensive course will be delivered by competent engineers with many years’ experience in industry.
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30
Jun

DRIVING FOR WORK

Driving is one of the most dangerous activities that we undertake daily. Whether it’s for social or professional purposes, driving requires full concentration from the driver. Driving is a risk not only for drivers but also any passengers, cyclists, motorcyclists and members of the public.

The nature of many businesses is that driving is a main activity. The Health and Safety Authority defines driving for work as any person who drives on a road as part of their work either in a vehicle provided by their employer or in their own vehicle and receives an allowance or payment from their employer for distances driven. Commuting to work is not included as a driving for work activity.

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