Considering Safety Management System Certification?
Then ISO 45001:2018 is the certification for you.
It enables organisations to provide safe and healthy workplaces by preventing work-related injury/ill health and proactively improving OH&S performance.
NISO Safety Awards – Consistent High Achievement
Acacia are very proud to be recognised with a Higher Distinction Award for excellence in occupational health & safety and a Consistent High Achievement Award for the 3rd year running.
NISO Health & Safety Excellence At Acacia
Acacia win High Achiever Award for excellence in occupational health & safety at the 26th Annual NISO Health & Safety Awards.
Is Your Workplace Winter Ready?
Yes, it’s that time of year again when winter weather threatens havoc to our well-maintained facilities. With the EPA predicting the impacts of global warming to include more intense storms and rainfall events we need more than ever to be Winter Ready!
Health & Wellbeing for all Ages – European Health & Safety Week
European Health & Safety Week 2017 begins on October 23rd. This year’s theme is “Healthy Workplaces for all ages”. Why not take this opportunity to think about health and safety in your own workplace?
Workplace Safety Compliance – ISO 45001
You may be more than familiar with OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Standard (formerly BS OSHSA 18001). Indeed most workplaces operate to this high standard on a daily basis, whether formally accredited or not.
Acacia win High Achiever Health and Safety Award
Acacia Facilities Management have received a prestigious High Achiever Award from the National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO) for excellence in occupational health and safety.
Salesforce Best Large Workplace in Ireland
Salesforce was recently ranked No. 1 on the list of the Best Large Workplaces in Ireland
New Workers More Likely to Have an Accident
The HSA have recently launched an awareness campaign on national radio to highlight the fact that new and inexperienced workers are more likely to have an accident at work
Understanding Passive Fire Protection
The Association for Specialist Fire Protection in Ireland (ASFPI) is recently organised a forum at the Facilities Ireland Exhibition.
National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO) Award 2015
Acacia Facilities Management have for the fifth consecutive year received a prestigious National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO) Award
Fire Safety Management
Eyre Massy, Technical Services Director from Acacia Facilities Management recently presented at ASFP Ireland Fire Compartmentation Seminar at the FM Ireland 2015 event.
Acacia win Health and Safety Award
Acacia Facilities Management are delighted to have once again received a prestigious National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO) Award for excellence in occupational health and safety.
The recent double manslaughter prosecution of a gas fitter in Northern Ireland has heightened awareness among all employers and building owners as to their obligations in this area…
New Pressure System Regulations in Ireland
The failure of pressure equipment can result in fatalities and serious injuries and cause major damage to property.
Fire Protection Seminar
Eyre Massy, Associate Director – Technical Services, gave an insight into the role of the Facilities Manager at the ASFP Ireland (Association for Specialist Fire Protection) seminar.
Acacia NISO Award 2012
Acacia Facilities Management are delighted to have received a prestigious National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO) award for the second consecutive year.
Legionnaires Outbreak Preventable
The recent UK Edinburgh outbreak, in which a 56-year-old man has died, indicates that poor maintenance regimes or complacency are still too prevalent in public buildings and other large complexes.
Joe Fox EHS Manager, Directors Liabilities
Joe Fox EHS Manager’s Presentation on Directors liabilities
Joe Fox EHS Manager (IPFMA CPD Presentation)
Joe Fox EHS Manager with Acacia will present on the 28/04/11 on Section 80 – Liabilities for Directors & Managers
Chairman of IPFMA Facilities Sub Committee recommends CPD
David O’Brien recommends IPFMA CPD on New Water Management Guidelines in Ireland