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ASM Group training gains IOSH approval, furthering their mission to become Ireland’s top health and safety consultancy

ASM Group training gains IOSH approval, furthering their mission to become Ireland’s top health and safety consultancy

We at ASM Group are delighted to announce that two of our courses, our Project Supervisor Design Process (PSDP) training, and our Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS) training, are now approved by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH). These newly IOSH approved courses join a host of other specialist IOSH accredited courses, seriously bolstering ASM’s goal of becoming the number one provider of health and safety training in Ireland.

To celebrate our new IOSH certifications, ASM Group are offering an introductory price of only €295 for the IOSH PSDP training course that is taking place on July 20th. There are only limited available places and the standard price is €390.

ASM Group are an independent firm of health and safety consultants, established in 2003. Offering a broad range of health and safety services, with specialism in the construction sector, we have been steadily growing each year. Based in Cork and Dublin, we work across Ireland providing a full range of health and safety services. Our training courses offer a wide group of industries invaluable health and safety education, helping employers comply with legal requirements, and working towards safer workplaces for all.

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health is the officially chartered body and world’s largest membership organisation for health and safety professionals. They advise governments and NGOs and set national and international standards for health and safety. As such, their course approval provides a clear stamp of the very best quality. The IOSH brand stands for excellent products, high quality standards and thought leadership in safety and health. An IOSH course has been thoroughly assessed to ensure that it contains relevant health and safety information, pitched at the appropriate level, and that it meets the highest standards for trainer competence and course quality.

ASM Group adds these two newly approved courses to our evergrowing range of IOSH courses. We offer everything from IOSH Managing Safely to IOSH Design and Management Regulations, providing employers with the training they need, peace of mind and excellent value. Such a strong portfolio of IOSH approved courses furthers ASM’s goal of becoming Ireland’s top provider of health and safety training.

Managing Director of ASM Jim Horgan said,

“We are immensely proud of gaining IOSH approval for two more of our training courses. We provide essential education of excellence, and care passionately about the huge impact good health and safety practice can make in high-risk work environments. To be recognised by the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health in this way only reinforces how successful our training solutions have been ever since we launched. We now run more than 30 individual courses and aspire to be the number one health and safety training provider in Ireland.”

Sign up to ASM Group’s July 20th IOSH PSDP training course and receive a special introductory offer of only €295 (standard price is €390).

For training course enquiries please contact Linda Costello: lcostello@asmgroup.ie

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Launch of our newly IOSH approved PSCS training course

Launch of our newly IOSH approved PSCS training course

ASM Group are delighted to announce the launch of our newly IOSH approved Project Supervisor of the Construction Stage training (PSCS) course. This one-day course can be delivered both remotely and in-person. Our instructors have decades of experience in training and Health and Safety consultancy and offer a unique insight to the practical day-to-day role of the Project Supervisor for the Construction Stage and Contractors.

The Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the world’s Chartered body for safety and health professionals, facilitating health and safety training in over 130 different countries. This makes IOSH one of the most reputable brands in Occupational Health and Safety and Health and Safety training. The IOSH approved status of the ASM Group PSCS course means that our course meets the IOSH health and safety training standards and anyone that successfully completes this course will receive an IOSH certificate.

The PSCS is responsible for coordinating health & safety on construction projects, this means understanding the work to be completed by multiple contractors on site at the same time. Where the role is normally taken on by an organisation the role of managing the duties of the PSCS are delegated to individuals, often referred to as the PSCS Rep. This course reviews each individual duty of the PSCS and Contractors to enable individuals to take on the PSCS Rep role.

There are 5 key duty holders involved in construction projects; Client, Designers, PSDP, PSCS & Contractors. It is important that each duty holder has a detailed understanding of their own role and an appreciation of the role of other duty holders.

This course is suitable for all Client personnel involved in construction activities in their organisation (management team members, facilities, procurement, engineering and maintenance), consultants acting in the role of PSCS, Contractor mgmt. teams acting in the role of PSCS and Safety Officers/Managers.

The content of ASM Group’s IOSH approved PSCS course contains both theory and practical elements. Theory portion of the training including such topics as:

  • History of Legislation
  • Duties of PSCS
  • Introduction to key duty holders
  • Examination of the duties of contractors
  • Notification to the Health and Safety Authority (AF2)
  • Contractor Documentation Required
  • Contractor Coordination
  • Site Safety Induction
  • Monitor and Reviewing

The practical portion of the training includes:

  • PSCS site survey
  • Appointment letter
  • Workshop on the particular risks in construction.

According to the HSA Guidelines on the Procurement, Design and Management Requirements of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013, Clients have a responsibility to ensure that the PSDP, the PSCS, Designers and Contractors are competent to undertake their duties (Section 2.1.7 Assessment of Competence). Under the guidelines, Safety and Health Qualifications and training (e.g., degree, diploma, certificate, managing safety in construction, continual professional development) add to the competence level of individuals.

ASM trainers have been delivered training on PSCS for over 15 years. Over this time, we have delivered training to Clients, Consultants, Contractors, Local Authorities and Utility Companies. People who have completed our course have developed safety management systems to allow them successfully manage the role of PSCS.

 

What is the ASM IOSH PSDP course?

What is the ASM IOSH PSDP course?

ASM Group are delighted to announce the launch of our newly IOSH approved Project Supervisor of the Design Process training (PSDP) course. This one-day course can be delivered both remotely and in-person. The course covers in detail the various duties of the PSDP along with an overview of the duties of the Client and Designers. Our instructors are passionate about training and with decades of experience in H&S industry they deliver a hugely successful training experience.

The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) is the world’s Chartered body for safety and health professionals, facilitating health and safety training in over 130 different countries. This makes IOSH one of the most reputable brands in Occupational Health and Safety and Health and Safety training. The IOSH approved status of the ASM Group PSDP course means that our course meets the IOSH health and safety training standards and anyone that successfully completes this course will receive an IOSH certificate.

This course is suitable for all Client personnel involved in construction activities in their organisation (management team members, facilities, procurement, engineering, and maintenance), Designers, Engineers, Consultants acting in the role of PSDP, Safety Officers/Managers, Employer Representatives and Quantity Surveyors.

The PSDP is a statutory appointment under the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013 to 2021. The Client has the responsibility for the appointment of the PSDP and to assess the competence of the proposed people / organisation who are being proposed to coordinate the role on their project.  The main duties of the PSDP are:

  • The coordination of Designers
  • Coordination of the implementation of the general principles of prevention
  • Preparation of the safety and health plan design stage
  • Coordination of temporary works and contractors with a design portion
  • Coordinate the preparation of the safety file (handover file)
  • Issue direction where necessary to another duty holder.

The course also covers the duties of designers, as the coordination of designers is one of the main responsibilities of the PSDP.

The content of ASM Group’s IOSH approved PSDP course contains both theory and practical elements. Theory portion of the training including such topics as:

  • Role of PDSP
  • Key definitions applicable to Design & Mgmt. under the 2005 Act.
  • Designing For Safety in Construction:
  • Legal Requirements
  • Duties of the Client – Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013
  • Particular Risks – Schedule 1 of the Construction Regulations 2013.
  • Duty of Designers – Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013.
  • General Principles of Prevention (Design Activity)
  • Duties of the Project Supervisor Design Process – Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013.
  • Practical Implementation
  • Notification to the Health and Safety Authority (AF1).
  • Designer kick off Meeting.
  • Design Stage Meetings
  • Design safety review.
  • Design risk assessment / PSDP Risk Register
  • Preliminary Health and Safety Plan (PSDP Plan).
  • PSDP role during construction.
  • Project Safety File.
  • Course summary

The practical portion of the training includes:

  • PSDP site survey
  • Workshops on appointments and risks
  • Design Risk Assessment

According to the HSA Guidelines on the Procurement, Design and Management Requirements of the Safety Health and Welfare at Work (Construction) Regulations 2013, Clients have a responsibility to ensure that the PSDP, the PSCS, Designers and Contractors are all competent to undertake their duties. This course assist with the question of competence under the heading of training.

ASM Group trainers have being delivering courses in relation to the role of PSDP and designers, since the Irish Construction Regulations changed in 2006. Our courses have received a lot of acclaim from our ever-expanding client base.

The Importance of Performing a Health and Safety Training Gap Analysis

The Importance of Performing a Health and Safety Training Gap Analysis

In determining their requirements for employee health and safety training many employers fail to conduct a comprehensive analysis of the training needs within their organisations. This can lead to gaps in the training required to meet employer obligations under current health and safety legislation.

The Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 sets out the requirements for employers in the provision of information, instruction, training and supervision regarding safety and health to employees. This health and safety education must be in a form, manner, and language that employees are likely to understand.

Employers need to ensure (so far as reasonably practicable), that all employees are provided with the opportunity to attend statutory health and safety training as per regulatory / legislative requirements. Employers also need to ensure that training deemed necessary following the risk assessment process is facilitated for all staff.

In assessing the hazards in an organisation, the hierarchy of control measures needs to be applied. The most effective control measures include actions that can be taken to remove the hazard. If this is not possible, replacing the hazard with something less dangerous, or reducing potential exposure to the hazard should be attempted. Figure 1.1. illustrates the range of control measures, from complete elimination of risk, which is the most effective, to personal protective equipment / protecting the worker, which is the least effective. The provision of training as an administrative control is an integral part of reducing risk where the hazard cannot be eliminated, substituted, or reduced.

hierarchy of controls

Figure 1.1. Hierarchy of Controls

 

A training needs analysis is the process of identifying the gaps in employee training. Specifically, a health and safety training needs analysis is particularly focused on training which enables employees to complete their work activity in a safe manner protecting both their own safety and that of their colleagues. Organisations can tend to focus on statutory training requirements and fail to appreciate the additional training required. These additional training needs can be identified through a comprehensive risk assessment process as highlighted above.

Employers typically learn of gaps in their training when accidents or near misses occur in the workplace. These accidents can often be prevented by ensuring the required training is identified and completed in the first instance. Accidents can result in pain and suffering for affected staff, absence of staff from the workplace, reputational damage for the organisation, poor morale among staff, and an administrative burden in dealing with investigations, litigation and legal fees along with compensation awards.

Contact ASM Group today for all your Training Gap Analysis Needs

As part of our safety management services the ASM Group can conduct a gap analysis of your health and safety training needs. The training needs gap analysis will be completed by one of our expert health and safety consultants and will provide your organisation with an improvement plan to close out any gaps in your training requirements. Contact ASM Group today by phone 01 234 3724 or email contact@asmgroup.ie to discuss your training needs and how we can help.

 

Continuous Professional Development for Construction Professionals – A Complete Guide

Continuous Professional Development for Construction Professionals – A Complete Guide

The working world is a fast moving place, and with the cost of living on the rise, many professionals will be wondering how to progress their careers. Whether you are at the start of your career journey or are well established in your field, there will be steps you can take to reinforce your specialist knowledge and improve your C.V. Taking stock of your skills and identifying the areas which you could improve is a valuable process for any professional, and in the construction industry, with its health and safety demands and competitive environment, it can be particularly helpful. At ASM Group we are experts in training that can take your career to the next level. Here is our guide to Continuous Professional Development for construction professionals.

What is Continuous Professional Development (CPD)?

The term Continuous Professional Development refers to the ongoing process of tracking the skills and knowledge you gain as you work, beyond your initial training or qualifications. It means everything from formal learning and ongoing training courses to the hugely valuable skills learnt directly from the experience of being on the job. By keeping a record of your development, you can reflect on what you have learnt, discover any areas where you need more training, and progress your career.

What are the benefits of CPD for construction professionals?

CPD has a wide range of benefits for construction professionals.

  • Self-development and career progression

If you are hoping to progress in your career, or simply feel stuck in a rut, CPD can provide a great way to move forward. By reflecting on the areas where you need to improve your skills, you can plan your next job move. Taking stock of your existing achievements is a great way to give yourself a confidence boost and analyse which elements of your job you most enjoy.

  • Fix knowledge and skills gaps

Once you have started using CPD to analyse your career, you will be able to rectify any gaps in your knowledge that are holding you back. A refreshed skills set can be the step you need to get that promotion or exciting new opportunity.

  • Learn best practice health and safety techniques that are immediately applicable to your day to day role

CPD is essential in the construction sector, as it is vital that all construction professionals have excellent health and safety knowledge. Ensuring that you are up to date in all necessary health and safety training is a key part of ensuring the wellbeing of yourself and your colleagues.

  • Meet industry regulations

As well as staying safe, making sure you are up to date with all the necessary trainings is necessary in order to comply with industry regulations. CPD can help you keep track of the qualifications and training that you take part in, ensuring you know when you need to brush up your skills.

CPD is expected by many of the professional bodies in the construction industry. These institutions take pride in the excellence of their membership, and are keen to see the development and career progression of members.

 

CPD Training Options for Construction Professionals

If you are a construction professional keen to take control of your CPD, but unsure of where to start, ASM Group has a selection of courses that could help. We provide training of excellence to the construction industries, and we are experts in all aspects of CPD.

  • Project Supervisor Construction Stage training course

If you work as a project supervisor, ASM’s Project Supervisor Construction Stage training course could be the perfect option for your CPD. It is a one day course that ensures you are familiar with important construction regulations, particularly Part 2 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Construction Regulations 2013 – Design and Management Regulations. The course covers the duties of the project supervisor for the construction stage and contractors. The course is suitable for all client personnel involved in construction activities in their organisation, as well as anyone in the role of PSCS, safety officers, and managers. The course is a legal requirement in order to comply with regulations, but it is also valuable for improving health, safety, and efficiency on construction sites.

  • Project Supervisor Design Process training course

Our Project Supervisor Design Process Course is a great way for construction professionals to ensure they comply with Irish health and safety regulations, specifically Part 2 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Construction Regulations 2013 – Design and Management Regulations. The course is designed for anyone acting in a PSDP role, and gives a comprehensive overview of that role. It covers legal requirements and duties, how to identify particular risks, the general principles of accident prevention, practical implementation of safety measures, the correct process for notification to the Health and Safety Authority (AF1), site surveys, risk assessments, and the PSDP Risk Register. This course not only provides an insight into the role of the PSDP, but it makes a fantastic addition to any construction professional’s CPD.

  • IOSH Safety Health and Environment Training Course

Another excellent CPD opportunity provided by ASM Group is our IOSH (Institution of Occupational Safety and Health) SHE (Safety Health and Environment) course. The IOSH SHE for Construction Site Managers Course is training designed to equip those who manage construction sites with the skills and knowledge to ensure their site is run safely and in line with all current regulations.

If you are managing a construction site, it is vital that you can meet the responsibility and challenge of running your site safely. This course will provide you with a good awareness of the safety, health, and environmental risks associated with construction activities, and give you a tool kit for managing those risks. As a step-by-step guide to understanding occupational health and safety risks, this is an ideal course for construction site managers and foremen who want to build their competency in construction safety. It is a key training for anyone who oversees safety, health and environmental management associated with construction activities. The course gives a full overview of safety management best practice for construction sites, how to risk assess sites in relation to both workers and the public, and covers all relevant health and safety legislation. You will learn about controlling risk, understanding your duties and responsibilities as manager, as well as the responsibilities of your colleagues in their various roles. There is also the opportunity to learn about measuring performance in construction.

The IOSH SHE for Construction Site Managers Course is a widely recognised and required qualification that is a great addition for any construction professional considering their CPD.

Contact ASM Group today for all your Continuous Professional Development needs

Continuous Professional Development is a key part of any serious career plan. As well as making career progression more attainable, taking steps towards continuing your professional development creates more job satisfaction, increases your confidence, and ensures you remain properly qualified according to government regulations. ASM Group has a wide range of courses for construction professionals and are experts in making CPD possible for everyone. Contact ASM Group today to fulfil your CPD potential by phone 01 234 3724 or email contact@asmgroup.ie.

 

How to Prepare for the IOSH Managing Safely Exam [Ireland]

How to Prepare for the IOSH Managing Safely Exam [Ireland]

If you are undertaking the IOSH Managing Safely course, you might be wondering about the best ways to prepare for the final exam, and ace your new qualification. Here’s our full guide to what to expect from the exam, and what you need to do to pass.

What is the IOSH Managing Safely qualification?

The IOSH Managing Safely qualification is a health and safety accreditation that is recognised worldwide. Seen as a gold standard in health and safety education, this is a tried, tested and trusted way to ensure a culture of safety awareness in your organisation. Designed to equip you with excellent health and safety knowledge, and the confidence to apply that knowledge in the workplace, the IOSH Managing Safely qualification is a key training for everyone who wants to learn the basics of safety and health.

 

How is IOSH Managing Safely assessed?

The exam is structured in two parts. The first section is a multiple choice exam paper, which aims to cover the different areas you have studied during the course. This section includes 30 questions, and you will have 45 minutes to complete it. The second part of the assessment takes the form of a risk assessment project. Here you will have to complete a risk assessment form for a given scenario, and it is a chance to put into practice all that you have learnt during the course. The risk assessment involves identifying and risk assessing four hazards in relation to the participant’s workplace. This is completed after you have finished the course and is required to be submitted within two weeks of the course completion date.

 

Is the IOSH Managing Safely exam difficult?

The IOSH Managing Safely exam is based on what you will have learned during the course. Our course tutors are assiduous in ensuring each learner has the support they need to understand every topic, and so you should be going into the exam really well prepared. The exam is designed to test your learning, but there are no trick questions, you are simply required to share your health and safety knowledge. During the course, you will have covered everything you will be tested on under expert guidance, so there is really no need to feel nervous – it isn’t a hard exam if you are prepared. Although any exam is a challenge, this is a qualification that is aimed at entry level learners, and navigating the dangers of every day life will have equipped you well to sit this exam!

 

What is the pass mark for IOSH Managing Safely?

In order to pass the IOSH exam, you are required to get a mark of at least 36 out of 60.

 

IOSH Managing Safely sample exam questions:

Q1. Think about reducing risk in terms of likelihood and consequence. Which statement is correct? (Select one answer only from the following.)

  1. a) You should only look at reducing the consequence of the hazardous event
  2. b) Reducing the likelihood of the hazardous event happening will reduce the risk
  3. c) Reducing both the likelihood and consequence will have no effect on reducing the risk
  4. d) It is always possible to reduce risk to zero

 

Q2) Which two of the following are true?

  1. a) If your work brings you into contact with the public, you are at a lower risk of attack
  2. b) Manual handling activities are a major cause of musculoskeletal disorders
  3. c) A fire can be started when only oxygen and heat are present
  4. d) Falls from height are the most common cause of fatal injury

 

The answers to these sample questions are: Q1 – b. Q2 – b, d.

Good luck!

 

ASM Safety Management Solutions for Existing and New Clients

ASM Safety Management Solutions for Existing and New Clients

20 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE IN THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY – ROBUST AND PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS.

1. ALL EMPLOYERS MUST HAVE A COMPETENT PERSON NOMINATED TO THEIR COMPANY.

Regulation 18 of the Safety, Health & Welfare at Work Act 2005. Someone qualified and experienced in H&S to advise the company and their mgmt. team on the H&S requirements specific to their industry. This is particularly important to Construction. Where in-house expertise is preferred an external consultant often takes on this role for employers. ASM is currently representing a number of contractors in this regard. In construction terms, this would be your own in-house safety manager. We provide you with a dedicated resource.

 2. WHAT THE ROLE CAN COVER?

  • Review of Safety Mgmt. system.  Ensure the systems are suitable for the needs of the organisation. Safety statement, risk assessments, policies and procedures.
    Maintaining Safety Mgmt. system up to date.
  •  Attending regular meetings with mgmt. team, minimum monthly.
  • Preparation of a training plan for organisation. Advise on the minimum requirements and other industry standards e.g. Managing Safety In Construction
  • Project-specific requirements – Safety documentation (Safety Plan, Covid Plan, Method Statement, Risk Assessment, Toolbox Talks, Audits Etc.) Assisting in the roll-out of required safety training.
  • Completing audits on a monthly basis – this could be at the company premises, a construction site or other operational area.
  • Assist with seeking accreditation for the organisation e.g. ISO 45001 / Safe T Cert.
  • Assist with accident/incident investigation.
  • Assist with tendering for project (H&S element), utilisation of ASM Safety Manager as Company Safety Manager for the purpose of tenders. Attendance at meetings with clients, acting as Organisation Safety Manager.
  • Completing safety talks with staff. We would suggest a minimum monthly safety toolbox talk.
  • Environmental – complete an environmental audit for the company. Establish an impacts and aspects register, create environmental policies, reporting systems and measure performance.
    The environment is set to become very important, would be good to establish policies now.
    Be part of ASM safety information circulation. Organisation to get emails of new legislation, interesting topics on H&S, Safety Alerts etc.

Individual contractors will have different needs and some will only require a selection of the items above with others looking for everything. Depending on the list of items required ASM can offer a monthly fee to ensure we manage those items for you. There may be an extra couple of days in the first month to complete a review and get the system to where it needs to be but after this, a set number of days per month can be agreed upon.

If you are looking to find a competent person for your company, get in touch with us by calling 021 2409072 or email contact@asmgroup.ie

Finding Quality Staff In The Time Of Covid

Finding Quality Staff In The Time Of Covid

Now that Ireland is reaching the end of its second level 5 lockdown, we are all looking optimistically towards December. A month that should offer some relief with an end to the current restrictions.

Since the Covid 19 pandemic brought the country to a relative standstill in March, ASM has been contacted by candidates and clients alike who are worried about the impact on recruitment and hiring.

Our clients all ask the same thing – How can they find good people to hire during a global pandemic? We understand their concerns. In our many years in recruiting for Irish and International companies, we have never seen a market change so rapidly and dramatically as the Irish recruitment market has in 2020.

 

Where Have All The Candidates Gone?

 In March this year, when Irish schools and businesses started to close, the majority of companies across all sectors instinctively paused any and all hiring activity. In turn, this sent potential job candidates into panic mode. EHS, construction and engineering professionals that had been engaged in interview and onboarding processes with potential employers found themselves stuck in limbo as the processes came to an abrupt halt. Not knowing if the process would restart or if the job would cease to exist at all left them with few options to choose from. Those that had been job hunting saw a massive reduction in opportunities being offered by potential employers until the ‘new normal’ was better understood.

With so much uncertainty in the job market, people who were already employed have, for the most part, been hanging on with both hands to their existing roles, referring to stay with what they have rather than risk trying to move jobs at such an unstable time.

 

The Strength Of Reputation & Networks

What all candidates share in 2020 is an appetite for trust and certainty. That’s where we count ourselves lucky at ASM Group. As a business that has been developing relationships with key clients for almost 20 years, EHS, construction and engineering candidates know that we can be trusted to find great jobs (even in 2020!) and employers know that we can rely on our network to find the right candidate for their difficult to fill positions.

Throughout this year, no matter what level of lockdown the country was in, our team has stayed busy keeping in touch with our clients and helping them with their resourcing needs.  We’ve also been hard at work for our extensive network of candidates. From advising about the opportunities that are currently available to helping with CV updates and interview preparation and updating them about the market at large.

By staying in touch with people and staying at the forefront of everything that is happening, we have kept our network of professionals as strong as ever.  Knowing that we only work with reputable business organisations, our candidate network has continued to rely on us which means that we have been able to continue finding them great jobs.

 

Placing Passive Candidates

We often find, when we spot great candidates who we know are would be the perfect fit for one our client, that the candidates haven’t been considering moving roles. In these instances, we work with those candidates to help them understand their value and how making the right move to the right kind of business can transform their careers. It’s important to us at ASM that we help these candidates to optimise their career prospects to their full potential.

It helps that we have real relationships with our clients as this means that we can really help a passive candidate understand the type of employer we are talking to them about. One of the reasons that we build such sustainable relationships is so that we can offer accurate and transparent information to candidates. This level of knowledge is what brings people back to us time and again.

 

Flexible Placements On The Rise

Thanks to the flexible ways that ASM provides candidates, we have been able to adapt quickly to the changing needs of clients. With a rise in the numbers of employers moving to flexible working arrangements of varying types, we have been able to keep up with the demand to provide candidates for short term placements, contract positions, part-time and permanent solutions – with a strong database of active candidates for just that purpose.

At ASM Group we pride ourselves on the network we have built over the past 20 years, a network exclusive to ASM Group that allows us to offer truly specialist resourcing services  – even in a year like 2020! If you have any questions about hiring for EHS, construction or engineering roles, get in touch with us by calling +353(85)2642879 or email rnolan@asmgroup.ie