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    Descriptive info: .. Search:.. Home.. About.. Why Enter.. Award Categories.. Which Category.. Other Awards.. How to Enter.. Guide.. Notes.. Accident Statistics.. Health and Safety Management.. Hazard Identification and Risk Management.. Training.. Policies and Procedures.. Emergency Plans.. Communication, Consultation and Promotion.. Proactive Management.. Reactive Management.. Superior Performance.. Entries to.. Downloads.. Entry Form.. Dates and Fees.. Testimonials.. Register.. Workshops.. FAQs.. FAQs: Application.. FAQs: Submission.. FAQs: Results.. FAQs: Celebration.. Recognition.. Presentations.. Feedback.. Previous Awards.. Organisations.. 2011 Winners.. Supreme Winners.. Posts.. Comments.. Awards Post.. The Awards..  ...   Safety Group.. All Ireland Occupational Safety Awards 2012.. Download the Promotional Brochure.. [pdf; 2.. 8mb].. Want to view the new.. SafetyAwards.. ie.. BETA.. website.. We’ve been hard at work to bring you our new website.. This new resource is timely because it keeps all information relating to the Safety Awards in one place.. This website was jointly commissioned by the.. and.. Feedback on our website [positive or negative] is welcomed.. Filed under.. Pages.. Blog at WordPress.. com.. Theme:.. Enterprise.. by.. StudioPress..

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  • Title: About «
    Descriptive info: About the Awards.. The All Ireland Occupational Safety Awards were established nationally in 1992 with 20 entries and have grown to become Ireland’s premier safety awards.. The awards truly became an All Ireland affair when the Northern Ireland Safety Group (NISG) joined forces with the National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO) in 1995.. To date, over one and a half thousand entries have been received.. The awards offer you a showcase for the health and safety performance of your business.. Winning a NISO / NISG Award demonstrates the positive  ...   Awards each year, including large numbers of repeat entrants, is testament to the quality of the process and the high regard that the awards command.. Give your organisation the distinction that it deserves by submitting an entry.. Register your interest today.. Republic of Ireland based organisations.. click here.. Northern Ireland based organisations.. Share this:.. Print.. Email.. Send to Email Address.. Your Name.. Your Email Address.. Cancel.. Post was not sent - check your email addresses!.. Email check failed, please try again.. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email..

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  • Title: Why Enter «
    Descriptive info: Why Enter the Awards?.. Irish awards for Irish based companies.. Most efficient and cost effective means of conducting an internal health and safety audit.. Allows you to implement procedures based on a system of continuous improvement.. Benchmark your performance against competitors in the same industry.. Prestige of winning an award that is recognised throughout industry, among safety professionals and by the public.. Winning organisations will have their organisation and award announced in numerous publications including our media  ...   NISO’s own Magazine along with numerous newspapers which will carry NISO / NISG’s news releases.. Differentiates your business in the current economic environment.. Increases your chances of winning contracts, tenders and new customers.. Demonstrates a positive corporate governance attitude within your organisation.. Provides recognition to promote your organisation’s health and safety excellence.. What are the awards categories?.. Which category do I enter?.. Are there any other awards I can enter?.. How to enter for the safety awards?..

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  • Title: Award Categories «
    Descriptive info: The Categories.. In the Safety Awards, there are various categories that entrants may be allocated to.. Supreme Safety Award (sponsored by ConocoPhillips Whitegate Refinery).. Platinum Awards.. President’s Category Awards.. Overall small company award, less than 50 employees.. Overall medium company award, 50–100 employees.. Overall large company award, more than 100 employees.. Overall construction award (sponsored by the Construction Industry Federation).. Overall new entry award.. Business Category Awards.. • Agricultural Produce • Chemical / Pharmaceutical • Consultants (Safety, Management, etc.. ) • Education and Training • Electronic / Electrical Manufacturing / Assembly • Facilities Management and Services • Financial / Insurance • Food/Drink • Local Authorities/Councils • Mechanical Engineering / Manufacturing  ...   Sport / Leisure • Transport / Distribution/Storage • Utilities / Telecoms Providers (Power Generation / Distribution, • Telecoms, Water, Gas, etc.. ) • Voluntary, Social and Community • Waste Management • Other Manufacturing • Other Services.. Regional Awards.. East [Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow].. Midlands [Laois, Longford, Offaly, Westmeath].. Mid West [Clare, Limerick, Tipperary North].. North East [Cavan, Louth, Meath, Monaghan].. North West [Donegal, Leitrim, Sligo].. South East [Carlow, Tipperary South, Waterford, Wexford].. South [Cork, Kerry].. West [Galway, Mayo, Roscommon].. New Entry Awards.. Not featured in the overall category awards.. Small, less than 50 employees.. Medium, 50–100 employees.. Large, more than 100 employees.. Distinction Awards.. Highly Commended Awards.. Commended Awards.. Merit Awards..

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  • Title: Which Category «
    Descriptive info: Which Category do I fall under?.. The entrant is not required to determine which category of award they should enter for.. All that is necessary is to indicate the type of business that your organisation is involved in and NISO/NISG adjudicators will determine the most appropriate category for your organisation should you be successful in winning an award.. Should your organisation  ...   select the highest available award for your organisation.. Example.. If an organisation is found to be the best large sized organization and is also the best within their region, the highest prize is automatically awarded, i.. e, the Presidents Award for a large sized organisation.. The ranking in importance of the various awards are broadly in line as they appear under..

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  • Title: Other Awards «
    Descriptive info: Safety Representative of the Year Award 2012 [in association with.. Nifast.. ] To be confirmed.. Construction Safety Innovation of the Year Award 2012 [in association with.. Construction Safety Partnership.. ] - To be confirmed..

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  • Title: How to Enter «
    Descriptive info: How to Enter?.. This dedicated website guides you through the necessary steps of how to enter the Awards and where you can find an.. entry form.. There are ten broad headings which must be considered and these include:.. 1.. Statistics and Accident History.. [see page 2 of the entry form].. 2.. 3.. 4.. Health Safety Training.. 5.. Implementation and  ...   Response.. 7.. Health and Safety Communication, Consultation and Promotion.. 8.. Proactive Health and Safety Management.. 9.. Reactive Health and Safety Management.. 10.. Demonstration of Superior Performance in Health and Safety.. Download the awards entry form.. [pdf; 295kb].. Download the awards guide.. [prompt list] [pdf; 139kb].. Alternatively you may click on the above links to view each of the ten guides..

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  • Title: Guide «
    Descriptive info: Guide to Entering for the Safety Awards.. This section of the website guides you in how to make a submission for the All Ireland Occupational Safety Awards.. The first sub section of this guide gives useful starting.. notes.. on what is expected from an organisation that intends to submit an entry to the Awards.. It provides useful  ...   We then list the ten broad criteria on which your submission is marked and give useful guides or prompts on what you should be at least covering under each of these ten headings.. The ten categories on which you will be marked are:.. Health and Safety Management.. Hazard Identification and Risk Management.. Reactive Health and Safety Managemen.. t..

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  • Title: Notes «
    Descriptive info: It is the content of the submission that is important.. This should be presented as per headings numbers 1–10 in the prompt list to ensure full allocation of marks.. The following are important points in preparing your submission:.. Follow the heading and reference numbering,.. Ensure all points raised are covered in your submission,.. Give reason(s) when you feel that a question may not be applicable in your case,.. Ensure the evidence submitted for each section is cross referenced,.. Limit the submission document to a maximum of one A4 folder measuring approx.. 3 inches or 7.. 5 cm.. Further information on how an organisation should put together a submission is available throughout the website safetyawards.. ie or contact NISO or NISG.. Make sure you consult the FAQ section.. All statements or performance claims will only be  ...   included for as many years as possible.. If records are not available for particular years, please indicate this by writing No Records.. Indicate zero as 0.. Specific policies and/or procedures must be attached and referenced to the relevant sections covered, for example: Risk Assessment, First Aid, Emergency Procedures, Safe Systems of Work, etc.. Forms submitted should be relevant to your organisation’s submission.. Blank forms will not be considered as supporting evidence.. Note: Confidential information may be blanked out.. If a guideline is not applicable in your case, state this fact and the reason why it does not apply.. To maximise marks, policy statements must be signed and dated.. View the ten sections where information must be submitted.. View Section 1 : Entry Form - Statistics and Accident History.. View / download the Awards Guide.. [pdf; 139kb]..

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  • Title: Accident Statistics «
    Descriptive info: This is section 1 of 10 to be included in your submission.. Download the.. entry form / statistics document.. to complete section 1 of the Awards submission.. Please refer to the statistics section [page 2] of the entry form.. This can be downloaded from the link above..  ...   note 5 of the guide notes.. No further documentation needs to be submitted in this section unless you need to explain any of your answers or lack of answers.. Download the Safety Awards Entry Form and Statistics section.. [see page 2].. See section 2: Health and Safety Management..

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  • Title: Health and Safety Management «
    Descriptive info: This is section 2 of 10 to be included in your submission.. An effective health safety management system and health and safety policy should provide a clear sense of direction for the organisation.. It should identify relevant objectives and initiatives with a structure to deliver the drive for continual improvement in its health safety performance.. Key areas for which supporting evidence is required include: Health and safety management system; safety statement / health and safety policy; allocation of responsibilities; index  ...   signed, dated and relevant to the period of review (copy of the content of the safety statement and/or health and safety policy should be included).. Provide evidence of how your organisation manages health and safety (accredited or in house health and safety management system).. Evidence should include as a minimum: management commitment and allocation of responsibilities; setting and achieving objectives (e.. g.. KPIs); provision of resources; compliance with legal and regulatory requirements.. See section 3: Hazard Identification and Risk Management..

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