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O'Neill & Brennan Group is committed to our objective of preventing injury and ill health caused through our activities. We strive for the continual improvement of our performance and we approach each project individually with a Zero Harm philosophy.

O'Neill & Brennan Group has established, documented, implemented and maintains a Safety Management System (SMS) designed to achieve these objectives in both Ireland and the UK.

The SMS is based upon the Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999, and its Approved Code of Practice and a proven interpretation of the Health & Safety Executive's publication HS(G) 65-'Successful Health & Safety Management' and to comply in Ireland with the statutory requirements of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 and the Regulationsformed under the Act including the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007 to 2012.

At O’Neill & Brennan, health, safety and welfare issues rank equally with other business objectivesand achieving good health and safety performance is recognised as being consistent with overallsuccessful business performance. We also recognise that failure to integrate health and safety intoour operations will result in harm to people and associated loss. Therefore we take an integratedapproach where managing health and safety forms part of the overall business strategy.

The objective of the O’Neill & Brennan Safety Management System is to prevent, insofar as it isreasonably practicable to do so, during the course of the work or duties being undertaken, any accidental occurrence resulting in:

Injury to any person.

Damage to or loss of any plant, equipment, property, materials or products.

Delays in any processes or operation.

Events that may otherwise be detrimental to efficiency and/or prestige.

Adverse impact upon the environment.

The SMS was reviewed against the requirements of OHSAS 18001, the International Occupational Health & Safety Assessment Document adopted by the BSI for use in the UK. The documented SMS was amended accordingly in order to achieve compliance with those requirements.

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O'Neill & Brennan Group is committed to our objective of preventing injury and ill health caused through our activities. We strive for the continual improvement of our performance and we approach each project individually with a Zero Harm philosophy.

O'Neill & Brennan Group has established, documented, implemented and maintains a Safety Management System (SMS) designed to achieve these objectives in both Ireland and the UK.

The SMS is based upon the Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999, and its Approved Code of Practice and a proven interpretation of the Health & Safety Executive's publication HS(G) 65-'Successful Health & Safety Management' and to comply in Ireland with the statutory requirements of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 and the Regulationsformed under the Act including the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007 to 2012.

At O’Neill & Brennan, health, safety and welfare issues rank equally with other business objectivesand achieving good health and safety performance is recognised as being consistent with overallsuccessful business performance. We also recognise that failure to integrate health and safety intoour operations will result in harm to people and associated loss. Therefore we take an integratedapproach where managing health and safety forms part of the overall business strategy.

The objective of the O’Neill & Brennan Safety Management System is to prevent, insofar as it isreasonably practicable to do so, during the course of the work or duties being undertaken, any accidental occurrence resulting in:

Injury to any person.

Damage to or loss of any plant, equipment, property, materials or products.

Delays in any processes or operation.

Events that may otherwise be detrimental to efficiency and/or prestige.

Adverse impact upon the environment.

The SMS was reviewed against the requirements of OHSAS 18001, the International Occupational Health & Safety Assessment Document adopted by the BSI for use in the UK. The documented SMS was amended accordingly in order to achieve compliance with those requirements.

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