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Get Involved – Annual General Meeting Tuesday the 21st May 2019

At the Bonnington Hotel, Swords Road, Whitehall, Dublin 9, D09 C7F8.

Dear FRMS member,
I’m pleased to announce that the FRMS are holding an evening presentation on the Fire Risk
Management topic of “SWEEPING EVACUATION STRATEGIES” on Tuesday the 21st of May till 2019
between 19.00 and 20.00hrs followed by our Annual General Meeting (AGM) from 20.00 till 21.00

The AGM is your chance to get involved with shaping the activity of your local committee.
Whether this is through volunteering for a committee place yourself, or voting in a candidate who
you think will work for the benefit of the local members, your voice is important.
You can find more information about volunteering for a committee and nominate yourself by visiting IOSH branches and groups.
To be a candidate or to vote, you must be ‘in good standing’. In other words, your membership
subscription needs to be paid, and if you are required to maintain a CPD record this must be up to

Make sure you are counted.

Get Involved


Kind regards,

Ray McKenna



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