What we do
The South Eastern District of IOSH Ireland South Branch was established around six years ago. Our purpose is to provide a forum in the South Eastern region of Ireland for professionals working in all areas of health and safety and risk management to network and share ideas. We also provide a number of events, both evening and half-day, for our members throughout the year.
Our aims are to provide our members with a forum for networking and information gathering to enhance their knowledge in all areas of occupational safety and health. We do this by providing on average four seminars each year, covering a wide range of topics which are relevant to all our members.
IOSH South Eastern District Knowledge Exchange
28th May 2020
Neil Lenehan, HSEQ Manager with Irish Water – working through the COVID-19 crisis in an essential business
This session will tell the story of how Neil has dealt with SHEQ management across all sides of Irish Water business since February onwards and Worked through COVID-19 in an essential business.
Covering: The challenges of responding to COVID-19 crisis and how Irish Water adapted to put necessary control measures in places to continue to deliver essential services.
Key topics: Site safety, plant support, fleet management, office management, working from home, virtual meetings, mental health management.
Short presentation from Neil, followed by 15 mins Q&A.
This promises to be a short, dynamic and informative session which will provide some answers and help members tackle some of the COVID-19 challenges that they currently face.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. We look forward to seeing you on there.
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