Paulina Laurie, the Head of Women in Tech & Diversity Matters spoke on diversity in STEM and the difficulties faced in recruiting at the Tech Live London Event in March. A diverse selection of women spoke at Tech Live about diversity and the importance of including women in management/leadership positions.
For more details on Tech Live London, and the importance of diversity, inclusion, and equality in employment, read this article by Becci Knowles
STEM Women are hosting a Hybrid Careers even in Ireland, for Women in STEM on the 13th of October. This event allows employers to network with students in STEM, including female and non-binary students. For more information visit www.stemwomen.co.uk
On January 20th, 2022, EHS Today posted a free webinar on the integration of Technology in mitigating risk, and occupational health and safety. This 60-minute webinar details the variety of technology available to EHS professionals, such as Artificial Intelligence, wearable devices, predictive analysis etc. [EHS Today]
With such vast availability of technology, this seminar aims to bring awareness to certain technologies and how they can help integrate safer working conditions for EHS professionals. The seminar focuses on how new technology can help safety professionals adhere to industry standards, improve occupational safety hazards, and improve overall safety management plans. With that said, they also acknowledge the importance of understanding that technology can fail, and that the human element of HSEQ in the workplace is fundamental.
The seminar was hosted by Abby Ferri, a risk control consultant, and Scott Gaddis, for more information on the seminar and its content, visit EHS Today.
Objective being to ensure the Safety and enjoyment of those attending and participating, any given event, and by ensuring courtesy and respect at all times to everyone involved. From small events to major concerts, let us take away the stress and hassle by ensuring your safety and emergency planning requirements have been met. We will attend pre and post event meetings with our clients and liaise with local authorities and other interested parties on our clients behalf, ensuring you have the necessary experienced professional advice to ensure your peace of mind.
Our Services Include
- On-site health and safety management
- liason with local authorities, Gardai and all other relevant members of the emergency services.
- Risk assessments
- Event safety management plans
- Advice on the selection and management of sub-contractors
- Legislative advice
- Training of Stewards and Volunteers in their H&S duties
- Site design and construction monitoring
- Supervision of the event
JMG Solutions Ltd event management team at an event July 2018
JMG Solutions Ltd are delighted to be working closely with the National Association of Drainage Engineers Ireland ensuring that their members are achieving the highest safety standards possible considering the dangerous environments (confined spaces etc) they work in on a daily basis.
The NADE is an organisation committed to the development of a national network of fully certified drainage engineers.
We are aiming to raise industry standards for those who hold the correct certification and are committed to continual professional development from the moment they become a member of the association.