GMC staff were highlighted at last week’s Above and Beyond Awards in Cork. The Above and Beyond Awards are a recognition programme for employees held in conjunction with Gas Networks Ireland.
Our recent Safety Day was a huge success with over 500 people attending across two sessions at the Carlton Hotel in Blanchardstown.
There were several topics covered including the lifting of loads, and our guest speaker Justin Manley, told of his near-death experience after a workplace accident. Justin’s talk really engaged the audience and there were plenty of questions at the end of both sessions. GMC would like to thank Justin for his time and for traveling from Oxford to be with us.
Trevor Troy and Rob McCarron from GMC’s safety department delivered presentations and it was brilliant to see everyone in attendance get involved and have a discussion around safety.
GMC’s Trevor Troy said:
“Safety is at the forefront of everything that we do at GMC and as our Managing Director Shane McCloskey said on the day, our number one priority is to ensure our people make it home safely every day. That’s what these safety days are all about. As well as Justin Manley, I would also like to thank Owen Wilson of Gas Networks Ireland and Fergus Collins and Paul Harney of Uisce Éireann for their presence and addressing the audience.”
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