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Occupational Health & Safety (+ATEX)

The services Antaris provides to support our clients with occupational health and safety include initial assessments to identify potential hazards, development of customised safety management systems, training and education for employees on safety protocols, implementation of safety measures and procedures, as well as ongoing monitoring and reporting to track progress and identify areas for improvement.

The first company in Ireland certified to ISO 45001, we are specialists in implementing and providing support for certification, helping businesses to stay compliant with relevant safety regulations.

What is the key
challenge?

It requires a lot of time, as well as the support of a knowledgeable partner, to prioritise the safety and wellbeing of employees, contractors and visitors. Being fully compliant with all current legislation will help to avoid prosecution, liability, and damage to your reputation.

What is our solution?

For over 30 years, Antaris has been a trusted partner to our clients, providing the time and knowledge to implement safety management systems in organisations of all sizes.

What do you need?

The effective implementation of new occupational health and safety practices will take the kind of time, knowledge and expertise that only a proven and trusted partner such as Antaris can bring.

What is the result?

Antaris will support your organisation to achieve certification to an internationally recognised safety management system. Not only will this improve your level of compliance and reduce risk of prosecution and reputational damage, it will lead to a safer and healthier workplace.

Our Occupational Health & Safety Services

Antaris provides a range of services to help businesses manage their occupational health and safety risks and comply with relevant health and safety regulations.

  • Implementation of ISO 45001, the Occupational Health and Safety Management System
  • Development of Key Health & Safety Documentation:
    • Safety Policies
    • Safety Statements
    • Risk Assessments
    • Safety Manuals
    • Emergency Response Procedures
    • Standard Operating Procedures
    • Process Maps
  • Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment.
  • Specialist Risk Assessments – ATEX Risk Assessments and Preparation of Explosion Protection Documents (EPD).
  • Audit and Inspection Services
  • Provision of Certified Training Relating to Health & Safety Management and ISO 45001
  • Implementation of ISO 45003: Occupational Health & Safety Management – Psychological Health & Safety at Work

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Our Other Services

Explore our diverse services; from Occupational Health & Safety to Environmental Management, we offer comprehensive offerings such as sustainable strategies, materiality assessments, and Sustainability Training and Development.

 

 

FAQs

Enhance Efficiency with an Energy Management System (EMS)

Enhancing energy performance is crucial for any organisation. Energy Management Systems (EnMS) offer a structured framework to achieve this goal. By identifying key energy uses, setting performance targets, and implementing energy-saving measures, we ensure continuous improvement and monitoring of energy usage. This systematic approach not only reduces energy costs but also improves overall efficiency.

Minimising environmental impact is a priority for sustainable operations. Environmental Management Systems (EMS) are designed to help organisations achieve this by developing robust environmental policies, identifying key environmental aspects, and ensuring compliance with legal requirements. We establish and manage programs aimed at meeting environmental objectives, with continuous monitoring and regular reviews to drive ongoing improvement. Implementing an EMS supports sustainable practices and enhances your organisation’s environmental performance.

An energy audit is a thorough evaluation of energy consumption aimed at identifying inefficiencies and opportunities for cost savings. It includes data collection, site inspection, analysis, and recommendations for improving energy efficiency and reducing costs. This process helps businesses optimise energy use, enhance sustainability, reduce costs and comply with regulations.

Energy audits are typically conducted by registered SEAI energy auditors who specialise in evaluating and improving energy efficiency in buildings. These professionals have the expertise to assess energy usage, identify inefficiencies, and recommend cost-effective solutions. They can be independent consultants or part of specialized energy services companies.

The cost of a commercial energy audit varies based on the size and complexity of the organisation. Typically, it costs around 1% of your total energy bills. The potential for energy savings is estimated to be 13.5 times the cost of EACS energy audits. For example, an EACS energy audit costing €15,000 could identify savings of over €200,000.

Conducting a commercial energy audit involves planning and collecting data on energy use, inspecting the building’s systems and facilities, and analyzing the data to find inefficiencies. The process results in a report with specific recommendations for energy-saving measures, cost estimates, and an implementation plan. Monitoring ensures that the improvements achieve the expected energy savings.

To reduce energy consumption you can upgrade to energy-efficient lighting, optimise HVAC systems, improve insulation, use energy management systems, and implement regular maintenance. Additionally, encourage energy-saving practices among employees and consider renewable energy sources.

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