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The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 requires that the University consult with its employees on safety, health and welfare at work issues, and one means of safety consultation is through Safety Representatives.
Safety Representatives are staff who have been elected by their co-workers to represent them on health and safety matters. Safety consultation is their primary role and their rights are set out in Section 25 of the 2005 Safety, Health and Welfare at Work, Act. Within NUI Galway 7 Safety Representative areas have been identified and employees in each area elect a fellow employee to represent them on workplace safety issues.
The Health and Safety Authority in 2015 launched a Safety Representatives Resource Book aimed specifically for Safety Representatives, but is intended as a useful resource for others involved in workplace safety.
Area 1: The Engineering Building, Cairnes Building (*Shannon CHM), Áras Moyola, Research & Innovation Centre, Business Innovation Centre:
Area 2: Clinical Science Institute, Lambe Institute, Anatomy, Block G:, Geata an Eolais.
Contact: Mark Webber, Pathology
Internal Phone: 87-4373
Area 3: Arts Science (NW), IT Building, Arts Millennium Building, Distillery Road Buildings, Sports Centre:
Contact: Pat O'Sullivan, Information Solutions & Services
Internal Phone: 2029
Area 4: Quadrangle, James Hardiman Library, Áras na Gaeilge (An Cheathru Rua, srl), Block C, Hardiman Building, Block D (Education). Block S, University Lodge.
Internal Phone: tbc
Area 5: Arts Science (SE), Orbsen Building:
Contact: Bernadette Ashe, Dept. of Biochemistry
Internal Phone: 2059
Area 6: Martin Ryan Building (*RI Carna), Áras na MacLeinn, Áras Ui Chathail, Block E, Earls Island, Nuns Island:
Contact Colm Moriarty, MRI Institute
Internal Phone: 3239
Area 7: Biomedical Sciences Building, LifeCycle Building, INSIGHT, Dangan Sports Facilities.
Internal Phone tbc