National Irish Safety Organisation Awards 2015

Tristan McAvinney of Jones Engineering Group with NISO President Pauric Corrigan, Jimmy Fenton, NISG, Keith Morrison, CEO, HSENI, and Martin O’Halloran, CEO Health & Safety Authority

On Friday October 2nd, the Jones Engineering Group received three awards at the 24th Annual National Irish Safety Organisation / Northern Ireland Safety Group (NISO/NISG) Safety Awards.

The awards were presented to Declan Grady on behalf of Jones Engineering Group and Tristan McAvinney on behalf of JEG heavy Lift & Rigging Division by NISO (Northern Ireland Safety Organisation) President Pauric Corrigan, and Jimmy Fenton, NISG (Northern Ireland Safety Group) Keith Morrison, CEO, HSENI (Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland), and Martin O’Halloran, CEO Health & Safety  Authority at a special award ceremony at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Galway.The National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO) is a national non-profit membership based organisation promoting occupational health and safety in Ireland.

The JEG Heavy Lift & Rigging Division Project at the Intel Ireland Campus located in Leixlip received a Distinction Award and the Jones Engineering Group received two awards one Distinction Award and a Consistent High Achiever Award for receiving distinction or higher awards over the last 5 years. To achieve these awards the Jones Engineering Group demonstrated the existence of a proactive health and safety management system with evidence of strong management leadership, of continual improvement, health and safety management system reviews and superior performance.

Tristan McAvinney of Jones Engineering Group with NISO (Northern Ireland Safety Organisation) President Pauric Corrigan, and Jimmy Fenton, NISG (Northern Ireland Safety Group) Keith Morrison, CEO, HSENI (Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland), and Martin O'Halloran, CEO Health & Safety Authority

Declan Grady of Jones Engineering Group with NISO President Pauric Corrigan, Jimmy Fenton, NISG, Keith Morrison, CEO, HSENI, and Martin O’Halloran, CEO Health & Safety Authority






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