Tuesday September 22, 2020

John Paul Construction wins coveted safety award

Changing people’s attitudes to safety is the key to achieving the highest standards

30th October, 2016
Mick O’Connor, technical manager, Irving Oil Whitegate Refinery; Mike McLoughlin, health and safety manager, John Paul Construction; Mandy Nelson, chair, Northern Ireland Safety Group; Fergal McKevitt, Secretary, National Irish Safety Organisation; Pat Breen TD, Minister for Employment and Small Business

Health and Safety is clearly paramount across all industries, but is especially so the case in construction, which brings changing workplaces on a daily basis and a multitude of risks such as heavy plant and equipment, deep excavations and working at height.

And so it was especially fitting that John Paul Construction, the third largest construction contractor in Ireland, collected the All-Ireland Supreme Award at this year’s Occupational Safety Awards.

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