Recent Case Outcomes ● Health & Safety Legislation Updates ● ISO 45001 Are you ready?

A one-day conference

Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

Date: 16th November 2017

Health & Safety has been brought to the fore front of construction activity more so in today’s environment than ever before. This conference will provide essential updates and information to help you manage Health and safety in construction, save lives and reduce injuries.

CMG events typically sell out quickly, so prompt booking is strongly advised to secure your place at the early bird rate Save €100.00 – Early Bird Rate is €365.00 + VAT (Normal rate €465.00 + VAT) 

Please note the early bird discount can close sooner than expected once a certain amount of seats fill up, therefore your prompt booking is strongly advised to avoid disappointment.

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6 Structured CPD Points

Speakers will offer cutting-edge health and safety advice for senior managers working in construction, use practical examples to illustrate best practice, give you information on new ways to manage health and safety and an update on new regulations and technologies you must be up to speed on. There will also be a focus on key risk areas you need to watch out for and how to minimise these risks on future projects.

Time

Description

8.15

Registration with tea, coffee and pastries

8.50

Opening Remarks from Conference Chairperson

9.00

Overview – The importance of efficient health and safety management in Construction to safeguard your business
Speaker: Tony Kerins, Senior Legal Advisor, Peninsula

  • Protecting your business from a legal perspective
  • Identifying and implementing prevention and control measures
  • Decreasing work-related health risks in your organisation

9.40

Ergonomics Risk Management in the Workplace
Speaker: Frank Power, Ergonomics (inspector), Health & Safety Authority

  • Definition of Ergonomics
  • Why we should manage Ergonomic risk in the workplace?
  • Statistics on Musculoskeletal injury and ill health
  • The legal context
  • Key Factors to consider in managing risk
  • Mac Tool Risk Assessment
  • Case Studies on Solution Development
  • Skills Development
  • Further Guidance

10.20

Alcohol / Drug Policies and procedures to address intoxicants on site?
Speaker: Shay Fleming, Principal Solicitor, Shay Fleming & Associates Solicitors

  • Intoxicants in the workplace – medication, alcohol and illegal substances;
  • Legal obligations;
  • Risk assessing safety critical activities;
  • Fitness to perform work;
  • Intoxicant policies and procedures;
  • Sensible approaches to intoxicant testing in the workplace – relevant considerations in protecting the business and not overstepping the mark;
  • Dismissal for ‘gross misconduct’ and reporting of possession of illegal substances.

11.00

Coffee break and chance to network

11.30

Interface between the design team/PSDP and PSCS during construction stage – including Temporary Works Issues
Speaker: Jim Leahy, Technical Director Health and Safety, RPS Consulting Engineers Limited

  • Communication and liason during the Construction Stage
  • Coordination of Design Changes
  • Separation of Contractual Issues
  • Temporary Works Design coordination
  • Gathering of information for the Safety File

12.00

Health & Safety Legislation
Speaker: Ita Leyden – BE, MSc, C.Eng, CMIOSH, Ergonomist and Forensic Engineer, Leyden Consulting Engineers

  • Safety, Health & Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations – Definition of Construction Works under the regulations
  • Implications of appointing a PSDP / PSCS at both design and construction stage – What are their responsibilities and obligations
  • Designer, Contractor, Client – required competencies, duties and obligations

12.30

ISO 45001 – Are you ready?
Speaker: Caroline Geoghegan, MD of CG Business Consulting – Ireland’s leading ISO Consultants

  • Why is OHSAS 18001 being replaced?
  • Benefits of a good occupational health and safety management system
  • ISO 45001 – the requirements
  • Differences from OHSAS 18001
  • Progress and Timeframe

1.15

Lunch and chance to network

2.00

Case law – Key issues for Managing Health & Safety in Construction
Speaker: Shay Fleming, Principal Solicitor, Shay Fleming & Associates Solicitors

  • Overview of recent case law and prosecutions in construction Health & Safety;
  • Engineering hazards using relevant Codes of Practice and Technical Standards.
  • HSA investigations: evidence gathering and prosecutions;
  • The cost of getting it wrong: The People (Director of Public Prosecutions) v Kilsaran Concrete Limited [2017].

2.40

Corporate Governance in Health and Safety
Speaker: Kieran Linehan, Founder & Managing, Director of Ayrton Group

  • The Corporate Manslaughter Bill 2016- how it could affect Directors, Managers & Senior Officials
  • Levels of responsibility on Directors and Managers in companies of all sizes
  • What can happen in the case of a breach of policy leading to an accident / injury?
  • Do you have a governance process for Safety & Health in your business?

3.20

Record Keeping, Investigations & Incident Reporting – Managing claims and incident
Speaker: Sean Coleman, Senior Risk consultant

  • Record Keeping & Incident Reporting – If an incident occurs – what key details do you need to have recorded – Where have critical mistakes been made in the past?
  • Education of Management and Employees
  • Investigation
  • Report formats
  • Injury and case management
  • Return to Work
  • Insurance challenges, compensation levels and court clarity

4.00

Q&A

4.15

Conference close

This event will be of real interest to all build and design professionals including contractors, sub-contractors, engineers, architects, local authorities, semi-state agencies, government departments, manufacturers, suppliers, universities, health & safety managers and legal consultants to name just a few

There will be 6 structured CPD points awarded to all attendees at this conference from the CPD certification service

Fergal O’ByrneCaroline Geoghegan

Managing Director, CG Business Consulting

CG Business Consulting was founded in 2009 by Caroline Geoghegan.

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Caroline is a Chartered Quality Professional with over 16 years of experience in advisory and management roles within the construction, banking, finance, insurance and consultancy sectors.

Caroline holds a B.A. in Business Studies, a Safety, Health and Environmental Diploma, is a Certified Lead Auditor and holds a Master Trainer Certificate from the Irish Management Institute (IMI).

Caroline has significant experience in developing and delivering ISO Management Systems, she has worked with hundreds of businesses in Ireland, UK and America where she assisted them in the development and implementation of their management systems across a variety of industry sectors including Professional Services, Finance, Local Authority, Government, Training & Education, Transport & Logistics, Waste Management, Utilities, Banking, Manufacturing, Motorway Maintenance, Engineering and Construction sectors.

Caroline is regarded as a leader in her field and has developed a strong reputation for being passionate, professional, dedicated, results driven, knowledgeable, enthusiastic and very much client-focused.

In 2015 she was also recognised by Business and Finance as one of the top movers and shakers in Ireland. Caroline has consistently been highly recommended by many other organisations and is described by her clients as an “outstanding professional with relentless energy”. Caroline has recently been appointed to the board of Quality Ireland.

Since 2009 Caroline and her team have assisted over three hundred businesses in Ireland, UK and America to achieve certification to international standards such as:

  • ISO 9001 Quality Management System
  • ISO 14001 Environmental Management System
  • OHSAS 18001 Health and Safety Management System
  • ISO 20121 Event Sustainability Management System
  • ISO 27001 Information Security Management System
  • ISO 50001 Energy Management System
  • ISO 22000 Food Safety Management System

Caroline has a strong reputation for her ability to work effectively with personnel from CEOs to front line operational staff. As an expert in her field, she provides high quality solutions that are simple to understand, delivered on time and within budget. Caroline keenly promotes knowledge transfer to those she works with thus empowering people and making them self-sufficient within their own organisations.

Sean ColemanSean Coleman

Senior Risk Consultant, Coleman Risk Consulting

Sean Coleman is the owner of Coleman Risk consulting.

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Sean has more than 35 years’ experience as a Risk Management Practitioner with experience across a very broad range of organisations and disciplines. He has worked with a number of Insurers and was Risk Consulting Practice Leader for Marsh in Ireland up until 2012. Sean has worked with a diverse range of clients (From Online Gaming to Government Enforcement Agencies) in the implementation of Risk Management systems.

Kieran Linehan

Kieran Linehan

Founder & Managing Director of Ayrton Group

Having originally worked in the Healthcare sector for 8 years, Kieran established Ayrton Group (formerly Health & Safety Services) in 1993.

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His qualifications include an MSc from Loughborough University & Diploma from UCC.

Having first joined IOSH in 1995, Kieran is a Chartered Safety Practitioner & became a Chartered Fellow of the Institution of Occupational Safety & Health in 2009.
Kieran has been a member of the National Executive of NISO, as well as founder member of the IOSH Committee.

With his healthcare experience, Kieran regularly carries out Fire Safety risk assessments, audits, inspections, prepares reports pre & post fire scenarios within this sector. He also deals with fire litigation issues.

In addition, Ayrton Group have probably the largest profile of PSDP projects in Ireland, which exposes Kierans work to design, planning & pre construction fire controls in many workplaces including healthcare premises & nursing homes.

Jim LeahyJim Leahy

Technical Director Health and Safety, RPS Consulting Engineers Limited

Jim is a Technical Director and  Health and Safety Manager of RPS, specialising in Health and Safety Functions of Client, Designer and Contractor.

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He has previously worked as a Project Engineer in the Pharmaceutical Sector, Resident Engineer involved in the Construction of Various Civil Engineering Schemes and Site Agent on a Number of Structural Projects. Jim is a previous Gold Medal Winner in the Institution of Occupational Health and Safety Safety Practitioner Awards  for work in ensuring compliance with the Construction Regulations in RPS. One of his projects was recently (July 2017) shortlisted as a finalist in the APS National CDM Awards. He is the lecturer on the Institution of Occupational Safety And Health approved course on the role of the PSDP Course provided by the Construction Industry Federation. Jim is a Chartered Engineer and a Chartered member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health.

Tony Kerins

Tony Kerins

Senior Legal Advisor

Throughout the late 1990’s and early 2000’s Tony was instrumental in the formulation and introduction of new methodologies for recruitment and selection techniques in both the public and private sector.

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Over the past 20 years he has gained a vast amount of experience of training personnel within Government Departments – as an HRM specialist and health and safety lecturer. His career path has helped him to gain the extensive insight and experience needed to deliver seminars which are comprehensive, unambiguous and concise. 

Tony has managed to create his own definitive style of delivery – which is both entertaining and engaging. He is keenly aware of the need to deliver ‘direct and relevant’ events, which give valuable awareness and an appreciation to his audiences, in Irish employment law and health and safety legislation.

Royal Marine Hotel, Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin

EARLY BIRD RATE €365 + VAT per Person – (Closing Friday 29th September) Normal Rate @ €465 + VAT.

Please note the early bird discount can close sooner than expected once a certain amount of seats fill up, therefore your prompt booking is strongly advised to avoid disappointment

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The rate to attend includes morning tea/coffee and refreshments on arrival at registration, mid-morning tea/coffee and pastries and full buffet lunch. You will receive the speakers PowerPoint presentations within 24 hours after the event. 

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