Tuesday January 28, 2020

Tipperary Fire & Rescue Service thrilled to take top gong as it ‘strikes balance between operational duties and health and safety’

Winning the Supreme Award at the NISO/NISG Safety Awards is recognition of an unstinting commitment to reaching the highest standards possible

4th November, 2018
Harry Galvin, President, National Irish Safety Organisation; Paul Reihill, HSE Lead, Irving Oil Whiltegate Refinery; Councillor Mattie Ryan, Cathaoirleach, Tipperary County Council; Pat Breen T.D., Minister of State for Trade, Business, EU Digital Single Market and Data Protection; John Thompson, Chairperson, Northern Ireland Safety Group

It has been a steady progression for the Premier County’s Fire & Rescue Service. They won the Best New Entrant in 2013 and followed up with the Best Public Service Award for the past four years running.

Chief fire officer Dave Carroll says this year’s crowning achievement at the awards recognises the work and dedication across all sections and levels of the service.

“Achieving the Supreme Award represents a whole new level...

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