Friday December 6, 2019

Jones Engineering takes All Ireland Supreme Award

One of the country's most successful global engineering services contractors, Jones Engineering was recognised for its environmental health and safety practices

5th November, 2017
John Thompson, vice chairperson NISG; Seán Kyne, Minister for Rural Affairs and Natural Resources; Declan Grady, EHS manager, Jones Engineering, and Harry Galvin, NISO president

Jones Engineering, one of Ireland’s longest established companies and one of the country’s most successful global engineering services contractors, was recognised for its environmental health and safety practices at the esteemed NISO/NISG Safety Awards 2017.

The company, which employs nearly 2,400 people, was awarded the prestigious All Ireland Supreme Safety Award at this year’s ceremony. Jones Engineering was also presented with the Consistent High Achiever Award for achieving a Distinction or...

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